Apple is getting ready to launch it’s big event today, dubbed as “California Streaming.” The event will be live-streamed on Apple’s official YouTube channel and also, on Apple’s website. The highlight of the event can be the new iPhones, series of iPhone 13, apple watch series 7 with a smaller “S7” chip, and new Airpods 3.
For those who wish to watch the event live, Amazon, Airtel and Flipkart are alsp streaming it live at their respective websites. It seems like apple products will be soon available in India after the launch. iPads and Macs aren’t expected to make a launch today as Apple keep them for another event. Only iPhones might not be the key devices of today’s show infact watches with different features can also be launched.
Finally, Apple AirPods 3 are also expected at the event. We don’t expect new iPads or Macs to make an appearance today, given Apple usually reserves these for another event.
Apple AirPods 3
These are expected to be launched at today’s event. Some leaks says that apple airpods 3 can come up with silicone tips but they are expected have a similar design as AirPods Pro. Apple can price these AirPods higher while the price of other AirPods will remain same. Apple can also lower down the price of older versions of AirPods and launch the new ones at their price.
Apple Watch Series 7
Not a major design change is expected but a bigger display can come. Apple Watch Series 6 had 40mm and 44mm options, and the company is expected to increase the size with the new versions. Sensors aren’t expected to be in this watch.
Apple iPhone 13
Leaks says that, iPhone13 can come with a smaller notch. New smartphones are coming up only a single dot while apple continues to use its notch. And there’s a reason that notch exists. There’s a whole array of sensors in order to support Face ID, on the front of the iPhone. We’ll have wait for the launch and see abour apple launches the notch of iPhone 13.
Here’s how to watch the event-
You can click on the following link: https://www.apple.com/in/apple-events/ and watch directly from Apple’s website, but it’ll only work on safari browser. If you don’t have an iPhone then you can go and watch this launch on Youtube.