What to expect from Apple’s iPhone 14 event

The greatest Apple event of the year is officially here. It begins at 10:00 AM PT for those in attendance in person as well as those watching via stream on Apple’s website and YouTube channel. It is titled “Far Out” and will take place at the Apple Park facility. It’s the major Fall event for Apple, and as usual, it’s all about the new iPhones.

The 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, as well as the new 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max, are the four new iPhone 14 models that Apple will introduce. The iPhone mini will be discontinued as a result of the switch to a more cost-effective Plus-sized phone due to weak sales.

The more reliable speculations suggest that the Pro duo will receive the larger improvements. The selfie and FaceID cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a new dual cutout, which will Apple combined in software to form a single, long pill-shaped notch. The privacy indications for the microphone and camera will fit between the physical cutouts. A new, bigger 48MP sensor will be installed in the primary wide camera, enabling 8K video recording.

The selfie camera will finally receive autofocus and probably see imager enhancements, while the ultrawide camera will get a larger sensor for better low light images. According to rumours, Apple will finally demonstrate an Always-on iPhone display. The iPhone 14 Pro versions will finally receive the updated.

The non-Pro versions will continue to use the A15 Bionic CPU from last year and most likely take on the iPhone 13 Pro’s wide camera, which has a larger sensor and brighter lens. The upgraded ultrawide camera may be available for non-Pro versions, according to some speculations, although it’s unclear whether or not the selfie camera will have autofocus.

For another year, the new iPhones will still have a Lightning connection, although charging rates may rise to 30W.The cost of the Pro versions will probably increase by $100 in the US and maybe even more in Europe.

All iPhone 14 versions may include a ground-breaking new satellite connectivity function that Apple attempted to introduce last year but was unable to complete. That can be connected to the event’s motto, “Far Out.”

Apple’s connectivity has reportedly been provided by the satellite provider Globalstar. Consider using the function as a last option if all other communication channels are down; it will only have enough bandwidth for a call or a text message.

Series 8, Pro, and SE watches

The Apple Watch Series 8 will be the upcoming announcement in terms of priority, while it’s possible that Apple will make a lead announcement beforehand.

Expect the Apple Watch Series 8 to come equipped with a speedier S8 chip. Blood pressure monitoring is improbable, but a new temperature monitor that can measure fertility and warn the wearer of a potential fever is quite likely to become available.

Apple will begin work on the Watch Pro, a brand-new device for professionals. It will sport a larger 47mm shell instead of Apple’s current smartwatches’ 41mm and 45mm sizes. Rumors suggest that the Pro will have a display with flat edges and superior build, maybe with a sapphire screen and titanium body. It is predicted that the Apple Watch Pro would cost between $900 and $1000.

The new Watch SE is the last remaining choice. Because it should maintain the same display size as the current Watch SE, the S8 chip will represent the largest leap.

iOS 16 and AirPods Pro

A new version of the three-year-old AirPods Pro is coming. In order to better support Bluetooth, the new AirPods Pro will be the first to utilise Apple’s Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC).

Heart rate tracking and a hearing aid capability will be included in AirPods Pro 2.
Like the Beats Fit Pro, the AirPods Pro could include a revolutionary stem-free design with integrated wing tips.

Heart rate tracking and a hearing aid capability will be included in AirPods Pro 2.
After the announcement of the iPhone 14 in a week, Apple is expected to have completed work on iOS 16 and release the upgrade. The redesigned lock screen that can be customised, the bottom-positioned alerts, the new profiles for various situations, and the capacity to alter and messages.