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Apple is holding its annual September event in less than an hour, where we look forward to new Apple Watch hardware, a brand-new iPad Air 4 and more. As part of the news of Apple’s September ‘Time Flies’ event, let’s read all of it piece by piece!
What to expect during Apple’s September event
Although the September Apple event usually means the iPhone’s debut is imminent, it’s not this year. During this year’s event we expect details of the release date for a brand-new iPad Air 4, two new Apple Watch models and iOS 14 and many more.
Here’s what you need to know, including last minute rumors:
How to stream iPad and Apple Watch event
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Apple’s September event this year is completely virtual. Thanks, streaming to any of your devices is easier than ever. Here’s our complete guide to how to do it on Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Mac and more:
Apple September Apple Watch and iPad Event Live Blog |
- New Apple Watch Solo Band, New Brake Solo Band, Also New Leather Band and New Nike Band Color
- The new watch faces on the Apple Watch Series 6 include: GMT Face with Multiple Time Zones, Countup Face for Tracking Lap Times, Chronograph Pro Face with Tachometer, Typograph Face, Memoji Face, Flag Striped Face
- Other New Apple Watch Series 6 Features: Always 2.5 times brighter on screen and always altimeter
- The Apple Watch Series 6 features Apple’s new S6 processor, which is up to 20% faster than the previous generation.
- Apple is partnering with research institutes for three new studies focusing on blood oxygen levels, says Apple’s Sumbul Desai
- See the process of monitoring the level of oxygen in the blood here:
- Apple confirms Apple Watch Series 6 with blood oxygen level detection and new colors: blue, red, new gold, graphite and more
- Williams says the V2 Max tracking will come to WatchOS 7 with a notification later this year.
- We are now flying across Apple Park to meet with Apple CEO Jeff Williams
- Cook again talks about Apple Watch being used in research, especially in the vicinity of COVID-19 and related psychological effects.
- A new “Favorite Apple” video focuses on the stories of people who have saved their lives with what they call Apple Watch
- Cook confirms today’s event will focus on Apple Watch and iPad – no iPhone or Mac
- And here we go! Open things directly from Tim Cook Apple Park.
- Very reliable Twitter liqueur @ L0vetodream gives a cryptic hint when iOS 14 may be released:
- This year, you can stream Apple’s September keynote live on the TV app on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV:
Apple September Event Live Blog
- New last-minute rumors suggest that the iPad Air 4 will be powered by the latest A14 processor.
- Tim Cook once again wishes us all a good morning:
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