What to expect from Apple's 'Time Flies' event: Apple Watch Series 6, a redesigned iPad Air, and more


Apple's first major fallout occurs on Tuesday, September 15, but it could be very different from previous September events.


What to expect from Apple's 'Time Flies' event: Apple Watch Series 6, a redesigned iPad Air, and more


Let's talk to the elephant in the front room: it doesn't look like there will be new iPhones. In general, Apple's September events mark the arrival of Apple's latest and greatest smartphones, but you shouldn't expect them to see them on Tuesday. According to other well-connected journalists. And Apple has already said that the new iPhones will not go on sale during their usual deadline at the end of September.

That doesn't mean there aren't any interesting things to look forward to, though, since Apple's rumor mill is as active as ever. The event's "Time Flies" suggests that we will rarely see Apple watches. And with COVID-19 due to space restrictions, it looks like Tuesday's event will be another smartly crafted video show, as Apple put together for the June GlobalDevelopers Conference.

Apple Watch Series 6 and a new low-end Apple Watch

There aren't many rumors about the next flagship Apple Watch, but other than that, in addition to the "Time Flies" manicure, we have another strong indication that a new Apple Watch could launch. Developer Guilherme Rambo discovered that the event's YouTube page metadata contained the phrase "Series 6", indicating that we could expect to see a successor to the Apple Watch Series 5.

As far as the so-called Series 6 Watch can actually be carried’ on your wrist, the code snippets of the early version of iOS 14 contained references to Blood Oxygen Monitor, obtained via 9to5Mac, to feature the banner. And we already know that Watch OS 7 will have local sleep tracking, more watch specifications, and a rebranded activity app called "Fitness". But Apple has made no promises for a release date beyond "this fall." This firmware update will probably be available on the latest Apple Watch when it launches.

Bloomberg has confirmed that the Series 5 is being pursued, but has also reported that Apple may release a lower-end Apple Watch to replace the 1993 3 3 Series 3. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Series 6 or what it can be, called. (Maybe Apple Watch SE?)

A newly designed iPad Air with iPad Pro-like bezels

According to Bloomberg, the iPad Air may get a new design with an edge-to-edge screen similar to the iPad pros. This will be a significant change in design from the current Air, which currently plays thick top and lower bezels, and a touch ID button.

If you want to gauge what the iPad Air might look like, the device's rumored manual could be leaked’ to social media, revealing new designs and features coming to the new device. Is.

This manual states that the Touch ID has gone to the Power button on the iPad Air. If true, the new tablet will be Apple's first device to include a biometrics power button.

It looks like the iPad Air can adopt the iPad Pro's gesture-based navigation system, as shown in the manual diagram. Like the iPad Pro in this manual, the iPad Air also features a smart connector on the back, so it might be able to connect to accessories designed for the 11-inch iPad Pro.

The current generation iPad Air starts at 499, but it's not clear if Apple wants to keep the iPad Air at the same price.

Possible release of iOS 14 and iPad OS 14

Apple usually releases its latest version of iOS along with the iPhone in September, but since we're not expecting a new phone at Tuesday's event, it's hard to predict whether Apple's What are the plans to complete iOS 14? The update is ready to bring the new home screen with widgets, a newly designed Siri interface, system wide image in image, the ability to configure default email and browser apps and much more. The iPad OS 14 will get some of these updates, as well as better handwriting recognition and rebuilding. The rumored arrival of the new iPad Air may mean that Apple is announcing the release of iOS 14 and iPad OS 14 for everyone, but we will have to wait.

We can see new hardware and purchase new bundles

Apple is not just rumored’ to work on new iPhones, Apple Watches, and iPads. According to Bloomberg, the pipeline for this fall appears to have a smaller and more affordable home pod as well as new over-the-air headphones. Maybe they will show in the program. According to Bloomberg, Apple is also working on a competitor to tile location tracking tags. In fact, Nikkei says he may already be in production, which could signal an imminent release.


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