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Apple expected to launch the iPhone 13 on Sept. 14 event

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Apple announced its next big event on September 14, Tuesday at 10AM Pacific Time. It has the tagline “California Streaming” where they are expected to launch the latest iPhone series, together with a few more products.

For those of us in the Philippines, the event is on Wednesday, September 14, 1AM.

Apple usually announces its next generation phones during this time, so its safe to assume we’ll soon see the latest iPhone, which might be called the iPhone 13. The new devices are said to come in the same sizes as the current ones — so the lineup will probably be the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

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Its not clear what new features will come with the new iPhones. Some reports show a larger camera island, while others say there will be a smaller notch. There’s also a chance that we’ll see higher refresh rates on the Pro models, something Android phones have had for awhile.

The event did have an AR Easter Egg that may well mean something. It could mean a new AR feature or some kind of advanced night mode or even astrophotography. See for yourself.

To access the Easter Egg on your iPhone or iPad, go to the Apple Event website and tap on the logo. It will open an AR camera where you’ll see the Apple logo which you can walk through. Inside, you’ll see the event date, along with a nice landscape of the night sky.

Apple is also expected to launch the Apple Watch Series 7 with an updated design in 41mm and 45mm sizes, new AirPods (rumored to be a more affordable version), and updated MacBooks. We’ll find out in a couple days.

The Apple Event is scheduled on September 14, Tuesday at 10AM Pacific Time. In the Philippines, that’s on Wednesday, September 14, 1AM.

Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys blogging and watching NBA clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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