Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 13 roadshow date soon, with numerous commentators now pointing to September 14th as a possible date for the launch event. Apple is getting back to its normal basis following last year’s extraordinary October iPhone 12 event. The iPhone 13 will be available for preorder on the Friday following the presentation and will be available in stores seven days later. The iPhone 13 could be released on September 24th. Furthermore, the iPhone 13 will most likely not be the only equipment item announced at the event. Along with the new iPhone, the new AirPods 3 earphones and the Apple Watch Series 7 may be unveiled. After all, both devices are first and foremost iPhone companions.
The Apple Watch Series 7 will be the first significant reinvention since the Apple Watch Series 4. The novel smartwatch will have bigger screens and a flat-sided airframe. The new Watch screens are 41mm and 45mm in size. Because of the extra space, Apple can display more challenges via new watch faces. A faster processor and new display lamination technology will be included in the wearable. According to reports, the new design is more sophisticated. As a result, compilers encountered a few problems during the production cycle.
According to Gurman’s latest PowerOn newsletter, the latest iPhone 13 will supposedly include the much-anticipated satellite feature. According to the report, the feature will not be available on the iPhone 13 right away, but will most likely be available next year. Even as hardware assistance will be built into the iPhone 13 line, the function will not be available for a few months. Gurman explains that the feature will not allow customers to choose the iPhone 13 as a satellite phone, allowing them to make calls anywhere around the world where there is no cellular coverage.