According to Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, the next Apple event to showcase the iPhone 15, Apple Watch Series 9 and other new products will be on September 12. It is expected that purchases of new Apple devices will be available for pre-order on September 15 and sales will begin on September 22.
The announcement said the upcoming event’s structure will follow last year’s iPhone 14 presentation, meaning a pre-recorded video presentation will be streamed both online and for Apple guests at the company’s headquarters. Participants invited to the face-to-face event can see the capabilities of the new iPhone and Apple Watch live after the presentation.
Apple is also expected to unveil another new product in October this year. We are talking about the first Mac computers with an Apple M3 processor. However, it is currently unknown if the company plans to hold a separate event to showcase these new products.
In addition to the hardware, Apple continues to prepare for the launch of iOS 17 and watchOS 10. Usually, stable versions of iOS are released a few days after the iPhone is unveiled, so you can expect iOS 17 and watchOS 10 to arrive in mid-2020. September. Last week, Apple released the seventh beta version of iOS 17 and watchOS 10, confirming that the stable versions of the software will be available soon. The sixth beta version of macOS Sonoma was also recently released, but the launch of the stable version of the operating system will most likely take place no earlier than October.
As for the upcoming event, alongside the iPhone 15 and Apple Watch Series 9, we should also expect the second generation of Watch Ultra smartwatches. This event may not be as groundbreaking as the presentation in June that announced the Vision Pro mixed reality headset. However, smartphones and smartwatches bring in significantly more money for the company and account for the majority of sales, at least for now.