Apple will finally announce the iPhone 12 and several other products at a later special event.
The company unveiled a variety of new gadgets, including: Apple Watch and iPad It was an event in September, but we didn’t release a new iPhone for the first time in a few years.
You can follow us live on Sky News, but here’s what you can expect:
The company plans to announce three differently sized four devices in the iPhone 12 series.
They are rumored to include ultra-fast 5G wireless connectivity for the first time, and the model will be available on October 23.
The smallest device is expected to have a 5.4-inch screen, two are 6.1-inch, and the largest device is expected to have a huge 6.7-inch display.
The largest version, one of the 6.1-inch models, is expected to be a high-end device with the latest technology, potentially called the iPhone 12 Pro series.
It’s expected to retain the triple-lens housing that debuted on the iPhone 11 Pro, but regular and smaller models have dual lenses set up on the back.
It’s not clear what the smaller iPhone 12 will be called, but there are suggestions that it might be called the iPhone 12 mini.
Apple is rumored to have differentiated the device from the iPhone 11 series by adding a unique metal frame that is reminiscent of the iPhone 4 and the latest iPad Pro models.
The design is expected to match the iPad Pro, and the frame gives the device the appearance of a square edge, but for most people these features tend to be hidden by the case.
There are rumors that the iPhone 12 will look like this: Sold without headphones, charger or plug adapter In the box.
It’s rumored that the 6.7-inch device has the best features, including a rear camera system that uses a laser to calculate depth information, a variety of new photography and augmented reality features.
Apple is also rumored to be working on ear-hook headphones to add to the AirPods family. It may be called AirPods Studio, but a Chinese social media leak claims it won’t be featured at today’s event.
The main invitation to Tuesday’s events, “Hello, Speed” There is also a title.
This suggests that the company will make a big difference by including the Apple Silicon (or its own computer chip), as it did in September with the A14 Bionic available on the iPad Air 4.
The chip is described as “the most advanced” ever made due to the very small transistors, and one chip “challenge the laws of physics” of about 11.8 billion.
“We’re talking about very small scales, they are measured in atoms,” Apple said.
This is the first time such a chip has been announced on a non-iPhone product line, probably due to a delayed release date that the company warned investors earlier this year.
According to Apple, the iPad Air 4 is three times faster than the best-selling Android tablet and six times faster than the best-selling Chromebook.
You have to wait for how Apple will compare it to the iPhone 12.
Also look for Apple AirTags, which is probably the most innovative addition to the company’s lineup, as well as the Tile Bluetooth tracker.
These can be found using the app in addition to keyrings and other items.
Especially exciting is the idea of augmented reality trackers. This allows the user to open the iPhone and get an overlay of where the tags are located.
This is especially useful for the old problem of not knowing where to put the key.
However, there are suggestions that other iPhones may find the tag via Apple’s “FindMy” app mesh network, even if the tag is left farther away.