Apple announced their next event for September 7th, streaming at 10 am Pacific, 1 pm Eastern. The invite, and the included AR view, shows the Apple logo outline and among stars in the night sky. We’re certain to see the new iPhone models, and this night sky could indicate something new like better night time photos, better camera zoom, or something else entirely. Outside of that, the rumor mill seems to be leaning strongly toward the FaceID notch being replaced by a smaller pill or camera cutout form factor. On top of this, the Mini line may be cut out entirely, with Apple instead have an iPhone 14 and 14 Max as the base models and iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max to give people the larger screen size without needing the Pro model if they don’t want it.
Some rumors are suggesting an updated Mac Mini since that was not updated with the M2 like the MacBook Air and 13-inch Pro that were originally released alongside of it. This would go alongside a new Mac Mini with the Pro chip that could help acts as a desktop-level bridge between the base Mini and the maxed out Studio.
Two more things we’re likely to see is a new Apple Watch, which rumors indicate could have an slightly updated design, and a revised set of iPads.
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