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Apple’s iPhone 15 Series: The Complete Guide to Upcoming Events



 Apple s iPhone 15 Series The Complete Guide to Upcoming Events
Apple’s iPhone 15 Series: The Complete Guide to Upcoming Events

As the release of the highly anticipated iPhone 15 series draws near, Apple enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the moment when they can get their hands on the latest devices. Before that happens, let’s take a look at what events are scheduled and what to expect.

The special event will commence at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park. Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, will kickstart the pre-recorded keynote in person. Following tradition, press and guests will have the opportunity to see and experience the new products, such as the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max, in a dedicated hands-on area. Notably, contrary to rumors, the highest-end device will not be named the iPhone 15 Ultra. Additionally, Apple will unveil the Apple Watch Series 9, Apple Watch Ultra second-generation, and the Apple AirPods Pro second-generation with a new USB-C connector to match the new iPhones. The keynote is expected to end between 11.00 and 11.45 a.m. Pacific Time.

While the release of the Apple AirPods Pro with a USB-C connector may occur on the same day, there is also the possibility of a later release on September 22nd.

Following the event, pre-orders will be available globally, with the exact timing adjusted according to time zones. Those in Sydney, for example, will have the opportunity to pre-order earlier than those in San Francisco.

Apple will also release the highly anticipated software updates for various devices, including iOS 17, iPadOS 17, tvOS 17, and watchOS 10. Although the precise date for the release is yet to be confirmed, it is speculated that all updates will be launched simultaneously this year, unlike the staggered release of iPadOS last year.

Once the products are in the hands of consumers, initial reviews of the iPhone and Apple Watch will start appearing. These reviews will be published separately, with iPhone reviews expected to be available on one day and Apple Watch reviews on the following day. However, there is a chance that Apple may push the reviews to Wednesday and Thursday.

Finally, after much anticipation, the 2023 range of iPhones and Watches will officially go on sale.

As we approach the significant day, new details about the release schedule have surfaced. One particularly interesting detail pertains to the in-store availability of Apple’s products. While the AirPods Pro second-generation, featuring a case capable of USB-C charging, might be available for purchase on Wednesday, September 13th, there is speculation about whether the iPhone 15 and Apple Watch Series 9 will also be released simultaneously. However, it is highly unlikely that Apple will deviate from their pre-order strategy, which allows for a week of advanced orders before the official release.

Renowned tech journalist, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, has provided some insights into the changes happening across Apple’s retail stores. Gurman mentioned an “uncharacteristic” event planned for store managers following the keynote, suggesting that significant changes are on the horizon. Related to this, the shift towards USB-C accessories is almost certain. It is anticipated that the MagSafe battery pack for the iPhone will also transition to a USB-C connector, alongside the existing Lightning version which will continue to be available for legacy models. As older iPhone models, such as the iPhone SE, iPhone 13, iPhone 14, and iPhone 14 Plus, will still be sold alongside the new USB-C models, Lightning cables and accessories will remain in stores for the foreseeable future.

Chukwudi Nwosu

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