Apple’s next event will take place on September 14th

Apple's next major fall event will be Tuesday, September 14th, at 1PM ET. The company announced. Another virtual event will be broadcast from Apple Park.
The company usually announces the new iPhones each year at the fall event. This year's entry will be known as the iPhone 13. Although the new phones will be the same size as the iPhone 12, the company could announce a major feature on some models, such as high refresh rate screens. This tech is finally available on many Android smartphones. Expect smaller display sizes and better cameras on the new phones.

Apple's invitation to a static event is difficult to interpret, but the darkening sky could suggest that night mode photography will be improved. Perhaps the glowing Apple logo may hint at an iPhone's always-on lock screen.

Greg Joswiak is Apple's SVP for worldwide marketing. Here's a little more. The video is inside an AR Apple logo. You can see the same horizon as the static invite from inside the Apple. The perspective changes to focus on the stars higher up, eventually. This could indicate that the new iPhone may have an astrophotography feature, similar to what Google offers with certain Pixel phones. Apple could also discuss rumored satellite links features for iPhones.

Were California Streaming September 14th. We will see you soon. #AppleEvent Greg Joswiak (@gregjoz) September 7, 2021

You can view the Apple logo's landscape from your iOS device if you have an iOS device. Tap on the Apple event logo to see the AR Apple event logo. You can view the logo and see the night sky and virtual landscape, as well as the date. This tweet is from Guilherme Racmbo.

Definitely the best #AppleEvent AR Easter egg so far Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) September 7, 2021

If Apple unveils the next iPhone as planned, it is likely that the company will also announce a release date of iOS 15. SharePlay, one of the most important features of the iPhone, will not be part of the first public release.

Apple may also be exhibiting other projects at the event. According to rumors, the next Apple Watch Series 7 will feature a flatter design and larger screens of 41mm and 45mm, which is 1mm more than the Series 6. The new Apple Watch Series 7 is expected to have a flatter design and larger 41mm and 45mm screens, a 1mm increase from the Series 6. Apple's next entry-level AirPods could have a new design, taking cues from AirPods Pro. Rumours also suggest that new 14-inch and 16 inch MacBook Pros will be available with custom-designed chips from Apple and an SD card slot.

Apple has had a difficult few weeks. After intense criticism from security and privacy experts, Apple decided to delay controversial child protection features. Apple has announced some recent App Store policy updates, but they do not address concerns from developers. We could see profound changes to the way Apple operates with the proposed legislation in several countries, the increased regulatory scrutiny and the imminent verdict in Epic Games v. Apple.

Updated September 7, 2013, 1:10 PM ET: Details of the AR Apple logo have been added for the event.