What cool new gadgets will Apple show us in tomorrow’s WWDC keynote? – B&T

The rumor mill has been spinning for a while… Tech-savvy iPhone hunters around the world have scoured the web for the tiniest new details about Apple’s upcoming products. But tonight the wait is coming to an end.

At 1 a.m. AEST (sorry Aussies!) the tech giant will be lifting the veil on their latest devices. Here’s what to expect at their keynote presentation to the global developer conference (if you decide to stay up!)

One thing to keep in mind before diving into this preview is to take everything with a grain of salt. While some expectations from tonight’s event may be a little more reliable than others (it’s a pretty safe bet the iPhone 14 will be here, right?), they’re all based on speculation and statements from industry specialists yet to be released by the company itself. be confirmed. Okay, now let’s dive in!

iPhone 14

Apple’s latest flagship products will be in the spotlight during the event. The American company will follow their own trend by releasing different models for their series of 14 phones, with a regular Pro and Pro Max device.

However, according to a recent article by Forbes, there’s a chance the three models won’t be released simultaneously, which would be a first for the company. Forbes cites a number of industry insiders to point out that various complications related to the front camera of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have pushed the launch date back by about a month.

A reported image of the new iPhone 14 Pro Max. Note the $1199 price tag. Source: @vadimyuyrev

As for what the devices will look like, rumors say that not much will change with the 14 itself compared to its predecessor, but the 14 Pro and Pro Max models will have a few upgrades, most notably their larger screen and their price increase! According to reports, the iPhone 14 Pro will cost more than $300 more than the 13 model. Ouch!

iOS 16

Apple of course brings new updates to its operating system and introduces the latest version, the iOS 16. According to Apple specialist Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the new system will ship with “fresh Apple apps,” although it’s not specified whether that means new applications or a coat of paint for already existing ones. There is also a high probability that widgets will appear.

It was rumored that iOS 16 could also introduce the much desired “always on” feature. For iPadOS 16, there are rumors of new multitasking features that could make the devices easier to use and more reminiscent of a desktop PC.

Watch Series 8

With regard to their new series of digital wristwatches, macrumours points out that Apple plans to change their design to create smoother, flatter bezels like that of the iPhone 13. There will reportedly be three watch sizes instead of the usual two, with the company adding an even larger option to their 41mm and 45mm choices.

As for the system features, the new wearable device will come with even more features to monitor your health such as a temperature sensor, a health apnea detector, a car accident detector, and improvements to the atrial fibrillation function that will help calculate ” burden”. The internal chip is also being upgraded to an S8 to make it faster and more efficient.

MacBook Air

Reportedly the new 13-inch Macbook Airs comes with two USB-C ports and MagSafe charging options, while retaining TouchID technology. They will also come in two new colors – in addition to the gold and silver they are already available in – with the addition of a dark blue and rose gold option.

The flip side, however, is that they won’t be available for a while, as reports say the company will release the new small Macs a little later in the year (sometime in the third quarter), with production being pushed back due to COVID and global chip shortages.

What else can we expect?

Aside from a big focus on their core products and services, it’s a safe bet that Apple will be happy to show off the fruits of their own investments in the burgeoning world of new technologies, such as VR, AR, and possibly even the Metaverse.

Rumor has it (this is going to be a recurring theme!) the company will unveil their new mixed-reality device, which could be similar to what Meta recently (sort of) boasted

Aside from that, we can expect mentions and cameos from other high-profile companies and celebrities. After all, this is an Apple event…

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