Apple Set to Unveil iPhone 15 on September 12
Apple has officially sent out invites for its upcoming event on September 12, confirming the rumors that have been circulating. The event, to be held at Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, is expected to unveil the highly anticipated iPhone 15 as the main highlight.
The iPhone 15 is likely to take center stage, and given Apple's history of making significant upgrades for milestone releases, this version of the handset is expected to bring notable improvements. With the smartphone market evolving, the iPhone 15 could inject much-needed excitement into the lineup, though not on the scale of foldable devices.
In an unexpected move, Apple has recently shown support for a right to repair bill in California, suggesting a potential shift towards promoting the reparability of its new phone. This would mark a significant departure from Apple's historical approach. Rumors also point to features like slimmer bezels and the introduction of the Dynamic Island feature across the iPhone lineup.
The Apple Watch Series 9 is also anticipated to make an appearance at the event. While details have been relatively scarce, reports suggest it might come equipped with the A15 Bionic chip and possibly a new pink color option.
This color trend extends to the iPhone 15 as well, with pink, blue, and gray variants rumored.
The event is expected to coincide with the release of the latest versions of iOS, macOS, and watchOS. Additionally, Apple might take this opportunity to showcase the Vision Pro headset, offering more insights into the world of "spatial computing" and providing further details on its ambitious venture into this space.