According to sources familiar with Apple's plans, the company may hold its much-anticipated event to unveil the iPhone 15 on Wednesday, September 13th. Rumor has it that mobile carriers have been instructing their employees not to take any days off on that particular date due to an imminent major smartphone announcement. While this doesn't guarantee that the announcement is Apple-related, it aligns with the company's tradition of holding iPhone events in September.
As usual, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference will showcase the latest announcements about software and hardware, including the highly anticipated Apple headset and Apple's upcoming extended reality platform. Apple fans and developers can watch the keynote presentation kickoff WWDC23 on Monday, June 5 at 10:00 AM Pacific (1:00 PM Eastern). The event will be broadcast from Apple Park in Cupertino, California on several different apps and devices.
There are many different ways to watch the keynote presentation from almost anywhere with a data connection:
The Apple Watch may have stolen the show at Apple's keynote event in 2022. In addition to the Apple Watch Series 8, Apple launched an extreme sports version of its wearable called the Apple Watch Ultra. This watch has been engineered and certified to operate in some of the most extreme environments on the planet, while providing the wearer with essential information and connectivity.
Apple revealed the iPhone 14 series with four different models in two screen sizes. The iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max join the iPhone family later this month. The keynote presentation on September 7, 2022 showed off the latest devices, their features, and pricing for different storage tiers.
Apple will hold its first in-person media event since 2019 to reveal the iPhone 14. Invites have gone out for the keynote on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 taking place in the Steve Jobs theater. Attendees will gather at Apple Park in Cupertino, California ahead of the 10:00 am PT (1:00 pm ET) start time. This fall's event features a starry-looking Apple logo and is titled "Far out."