Apple has selected September 7 as the rumoured iPhone 14 debut date. Nothing is known other than the date and location: the “Far Out” event will begin at 1 PM PST at the Apple Park Campus’ Steve Jobs Theater and will be webcast online via Apple Events.
The announcement puts at least some Apple industry rumours to rest, but it leaves us unsure of what to expect on September 7. It’s worth noting that the new iPhone will go on sale on the first Wednesday of September, which is rare. Except for the iPhone, Apple introduces new products on Tuesdays, usually during the second week of the month. However, September begins late in the week, and the next weekend in the United States is Labor Day, so Monday is practically eliminated as a travel day for the different specialists and reporters (including us!) that will be attending.
Speculations About iPhone 14
When he takes the stage on that particular Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook will not be taking anything with him. Cook is going to begin by discussing Apple’s current status and how the business has overcome the challenges that were brought by the outbreak and the supply bottlenecks that resulted from them. In an effort to persuade everyone to return to Apple Park and other Apple workplaces at least three days a week, he will applaud new shop openings around the globe and, we assume, praise Apple’s “great staff.” Apple Park is located in Cupertino, California. Other Apple workplaces are located in other cities.
Cook said this in order to demonstrate the power of the company’s services and to remind investors that Apple’s fortunes are not only predicated on the success of its iPhone line, which is still highly successful.
Cook will eventually start to show the iPhone 14, which is expected to contain up to four distinct models: