It’s Official: Apple Announces iPhone 13 Event Date, Here Are The Details

It’s official now. Apple has announced iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 live streaming event date. Here are the details.

After what feels like a long, traumatic, and extremely difficult year for a lot of people, Cupertino-based Apple Inc. has finally announced its September event and given us all something to look forward to. Hot off the press, Tim Cook’s company has announced that the big event of 2021 will take place on September 14, 2021.

Although things are starting to get back to relative “normal” in some parts of the world, it’s very likely that this big Apple event will be held in an online/virtual capacity, just like this year’s WWDC and the corresponding iPhone 12 event that took place on September 15 twelve months ago.

Although that’s not ideal for those that love to be in attendance and soak up the atmosphere, the excitement levels will still be at an all-time high.

As is usually the case, Apple hasn’t explicitly stated what will happen during the event but we do know that we should all keep our diaries free on September 14 at 10am PDT to join Tim Cook and his band of merry men and women at Apple Park.

Apple may not want to let the cat out of the bag but we can heavily speculate that we will see the first official introduction of the iPhone 13, Apple’s next-generation smartphone that will take over from the current flagship and will likely hit the market later this month/early October. We’re also likely to witness Apple seed release candidates of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 as well as watchOS and tvOS.

There has also been heavy speculation that the event will include an Apple Watch announcement as well as possibly feature some news on the future of the iPad range.

With all of that in mind, make sure to mark your calendars for September 14 at 10am PDT and join us for all of the announcements as they happen, in real-time.

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