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Apple’s annual event, in which it unveils new products ahead of the holiday season, is going virtual this year. The event begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Bloomberg News reported last week that “Apple Inc. said it will hold an online event Sept. 15, where the company is expected to unveil its latest iPhones and Apple Watches. … The technology giant usually organizes a slick hardware-focused show every fall from its Cupertino, California-based headquarters or another location in Silicon Valley. This year, the event will be only online due to the Covid-19 pandemic. That follows Apple’s developers conference in June, which worked well as a virtual event.
“The Sept. 15 show will be Apple’s most important of the year, ushering in four 5G iPhones and new Apple Watches that the company hopes will bolster holiday sales and shipments for much of 2021. The new handsets will have updated designs with squared edges like the current iPad Pro, more screen size options, new colors and upgraded cameras, Bloomberg News has reported.”