Updated October 4th, 2019.
UPDATE: the show is over. Here’s what was shown. Video from the show is included.
It’s that time again: time for Apple to introduce “something” and also time for everyone to predict what that something might be. Apple has typically introduced new iPhone models in the Fall and I think it’s a good bet that they will be doing it again next Tuesday. So, that’s my prediction: new iPhones. I’m also predicting that Apple will announce release dates for iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 (Catalina).
Based on the invitation that Apple sent out I think the iPhone may get some new colors. Green? Purple? We will see.
The event starts at 10 a.m. PDT on Tuesday, September 10th, 2019. Watch it by going to this page on Apple’s site on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad. Or watch it using the Apple Events app through your Apple TV.
Of course, Apple might show some other products that day too. It might be time to for a new Apple Watch (get it? “Time” for a new Apple Watch?), and there’s a rumor about a new MacBook Pro (with a 16 inch screen). Maybe they’ll debut the long-rumored flying Apple Car. As usual, the most interesting stuff is the stuff we haven’t heard anything about, so let’s hope for a big surprise.
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No promises, but Apple generally records these events, so if you can’t watch this one live you’ll probably be able to watch it on a replay whenever you wish.Copyright 2008-2023 Christian Boyce. All rights reserved.
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