Apple is holding today, September 7, its biggest event of the year to announce the new iPhone 14, AirPods Pro and Apple Watch models. With expectations growing more and more thanks to the rumors of the last few days, we expect great advances in all the products presented this afternoon, and you will be able to follow everything live online.
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Called “Vamos Far Out”, or “Far Out” in English, Apple’s special event takes place this Wednesday at 2 pm (Brasilia time).
The live stream can be viewed on Apple’s official YouTube channel, the company’s official website, or on the Apple TV app on any Apple device, including iPad, iPhone, Mac or Apple TV.
New iPhone 14, AirPods Pro and Apple Watch are expected
For this September event, we expect Apple to present the four new models of the iPhone 14 series as a major highlight, abandoning the Mini model with a screen of only 5.4 inches in favor of a large edition with a screen of 6.7 inches.
Thus, the new iPhone 14 and 14 Plus should arrive as cheaper options this year, including aluminum sides, dual 12 MP rear camera, same notch from the previous year to house Face ID and, curiously, A15 Bionic chip inherited from the iPhone. 13 Pro, offering 5 GPU cores instead of 4 cores like on the iPhone 13.
The premium duo, made up of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, should receive all the best news: 48 MP main sensor, support for 8K video recording, ultrawide camera with larger pixel sensor for better low-light performance , revamped camera software, bigger batteries and new A16 Bionic processor.
On the front panel, we expect Apple to implement a new notch to house Face ID and the updated front camera with new sensor and autofocus (present on all four models).
In addition to the four iPhone models, Apple is expected to present the AirPods Pro 2 with sound and battery improvements, as well as support for Hi-Fi audio quality and a new charging case with AirTag functions — with sound feedback to find the accessory. when lost and accurate positioning via the Find My network.
Rumors also point to the arrival of three Apple Watch models this year. The Watch SE 2 should bet on the look of the current generation and can win ECG sensor (electrocardiogram) and Always On Screen. The new Watch Series 8 is expected to keep the previous year’s design and focus on fitness, health and sleep tracking. Finally, the Apple Watch Pro will debut a revamped design, stronger body, larger screen and battery, and new body temperature sensor.