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."
Every iPhone from the 3G in 2008 until the iPhone 11 in 2019 was packaged with a 5W USB Power Adapter in the box. While Apple has stopped including a charger with its iPhones, the company continues to sell the classic adapter. This may not be the case for long, as the slow 5-watt charging speed and its USB type-A connector is going the way of the dinosaurs.
The upcoming iPhone 14 keynote event has become less of a mystery this week. Apple watchers everywhere have been asking when the company plans to reveal its upcoming product lineup, and when the latest devices are ready for pre-order. Thanks to reporting by trusted tech reporter Mark Gurman, details have come to light surrounding the fall product season.
As Apple's September launch event quickly approaches, the company is expected to make changes to the next generation iPhone lineup. iOS 16 beta 6 has been released, bringing the latest software version to beta testers everywhere. As the finishing touches are placed on iOS 16, reports show the iPhone 14 hardware coming into focus. 2022 may offer two iPhone 14 models alongside two versions of the higher-end iPhone 14 Pro.
Apple has revealed a list of games that are leaving its subscription Apple Arcade service in the near future. Found under the heading "Leaving Arcade Soon", the list provides a counterpoint to the "Coming Soon" section highlighting upcoming new games. Just like other subscription services, content can come and go depending on licensing requirements and developers' commitment to the platform.