There will be a special event at 10:00 a.m. on September 7. Time in the Pacific. There will be an in-person component with members of the media invited to Apple's campus for the event.

We are expecting a 6.1-inch iPhone 14, a 6.7-inch iPhone Max, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. The "mini" will not be available this year, with Apple opting for bigger devices.

There are no major changes coming to the standard iPhone 14 models, but the iPhone 14 Pro models will get a pill-shaped cutout and hole-punch cutout that replaces the notch, and other improvements.

The A15 chip used in the iPhone 14 models won't have the same impressive camera technology, but you can still count on new colors, an updated Ultra Wide lens, faster 5G, and a better internet connection. The full list of what's coming to the iPhone 14 and 14 Max can be found in our iPhone 14 recap.

Apple is working on an update to the Apple Watches. An updated low power mode, longer battery life, temperature sensor, and an S8 chip are some of the features of the new Apple Watch Series 8.

The Apple Watch Pro will feature a new design, a larger size, and a more durable display, as well as being Apple's higher-end watch. Athletes and those who abuse their watches more than the standard user are the target of the "pro" Apple watch.

We're waiting on second-generation AirPods Pro, a new 10th-generation iPad, a refreshed iPad Pro, an Apple Silicon Mac Pro, and more, but beyond the iPhone 14 models and the Apple watch, we will likely see these other devices at a second.

The fall event will be streamed on Apple's website, as well as on the Apple TV app.

During the event and in the weeks following, MacRumors will provide full event coverage on and