Apple’s Back-to-School Keynote for 2022 takes place this Wednesday, September 7 at 7 p.m. Here’s how to follow it live and the products expected at this conference: the iPhone 14, the Apple Watch Series 8 and the AirPods Pro 2.
After months of rumors, Apple’s traditional back-to-school conference is here. On the program, the announcement of iPhone 14 of course, but we are also waiting for the news Apple Watch Series 8 with this year a Pro model. The AirPods Pro 2 are also on the list of products that everyone expects, even if the latter have benefited from a little less leaks than their counterparts in recent weeks.
To follow the conference live, nothing could be simpler, just go to Apple’s YouTube channel. A live is already scheduled there for this September 7, 2022 at 7 p.m. sharp.
You can of course follow the event with us on our Twitch channel, FrandroidLivewhere we will react live to announcements.
What to expect from the conference?
Apple’s Keynotes are generally the most polished conferences on form, almost confining themselves to the entertainment program in which of course new products are announced. The iPhones are expected to be the stars of the show, with this year for the first time, an iPhone 14 Pro without a notch, but also possibly an increase in the number of megapixels on the main sensor, again a first.
The introduction of an iPhone 14 Plus (or Max), shaped like an iPhone 14 with a large 6.7-inch screen, is also worth noting. The iPhone 14 should not offer many new features compared to theiPhone 13. A price increase for the range is also on the table.
On the Apple Watch Series 8 side, all eyes are on a probable Pro model designed for fierce athletes. This should offer greater autonomy, impeccable physical activity monitoring and a potential measurement of body temperature. The addition of a new button is also mentioned.
As for the AirPods Pro 2, difficult to advance a thesis with certainty. Mark Gurman of Bloomberg advance that they will not have a rod, which would also be a first, but nothing is less certain. We can nevertheless expect the addition of the Locate functionality on the case or even a skin sensor to know if the headphones are in the ear or not.
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