Here is everything Apple may launch at its 'Time Flies' event

Ruben Fields
September 15, 2020

Kuo expects tomorrow's Apple event to be focused on new Apple Watch and iPad Air models.

This has, of course, led many to speculate that we could be getting our first look at the new Apple Watch Series 6. It will reportedly come in two sizes - 40mm and 42mm - both of which will be offered in GPS-only and cellular variants. The Deutsche Telekom has also launched a new device booking service page which only appears before major product launches.

The Apple Watch has become one of the company's best-selling devices, making it the biggest contributor to Apple's wearables and accessories division.

The Apple Watch was last updated in September 2019 when the company added an always-on screen and new cases. The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted final testing of new 5G models earlier this year and delayed the company's ability to kick off mass production.

Apple has finally set the conflicting information leaks straight when it announced what it has planned for this month. Some of the phones could even ship later than the iPhone X, which went on sale November 3, 2017.

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As mentioned, Apple only announced the "where" and "when" of the occasion, but not the "what". That could push the typical year-end iPhone revenue surge into 2021.

Apple declined to comment on future products. Yes, the USB-C port from the iPad Pro is coming to the iPad Air. The 8th Gen iPad should have a lower price tag for those who want something more affordable.

Apple introduced a native sleep tracking feature with watchOS 7, and it will likely make its way to the Apple Watch Series 6.

It can be recalled that, since August, there have been reports that Apple has a few new devices to announce in September.

Over-the-ear headphones and AirTags item trackers could debut by the end of the year. Finally, Baseus has already launched the iPhone 12 protective case in Canada, and Totallee is also selling iPhone 12 cases on its websites which could only mean that the date of release is nearly close.

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