What you can’t expect at Apple’s event tomorrow

What you can't expect at Apple's event tomorrow

Tech Highlights:

  • On Tuesday, September 14, Apple will be holding its “California streaming” event, which is expected to include the release of the brand new iPhone 13, Apple Watch Series 7, and possibly the third-generation AirPods.

  • As is frequently the case, Apple’s 2021 product launch schedule seems to be weighted toward the latter part of the year, with a number of new products still expected to debut. While Apple is planning to hold an event this week, it won’t include everything Apple’s expected to announce before the

Given we’re expecting several new products before the end of the year, it’s important to note that this single event, out of what is likely to be at least two events of this fall, will not include the launch of everything we’re expecting. Here’s a quick rundown of everything we’re not likely to see at the Apple event on Tuesday, September 14.

Apple had previously paused work on a larger Apple silicon ‌iMac‌ to develop the 24-inch ‌iMac‌, released this April. Due to that pause, the larger ‌iMac‌ is not expected to be released until early next year, so don’t be on the lookout for any significant ‌iMac‌ product releases during the “California streaming” ‌Apple event‌.
14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros
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If it feels like we’ve been waiting for the redesigned 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros for an eternity, it’s because we have. Apple is expected to release the all-new MacBook Pros, which will not only feature a more powerful Apple silicon chip but also major design changes and brand new displays, later this fall.

Larger Apple Silicon iMac
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Out of a few updates expected for the Mac lineup this year, some Apple customers may be on the lookout for a larger iMac powered with Apple silicon. Currently, Apple offers the M1 Apple silicon chip in its redesigned 24-inch ‌iMac‌; however, the larger 27-inch models are still powered with Intel processors.

Apple last year debuted its first round of Apple silicon Macs during an event in November, and Apple is likely to do the same this year. Apple is unlikely to include any updates or mentions of the Mac during its event on Tuesday, September 14, as it will want the attention to revolve around the ‌iPhone 13‌ and ‌Apple Watch Series 7‌.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman this week reported that Apple is planning another event later in the fall focused on the Mac and iPad. That event is likely to include the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros, as well as iPad updates.

The fifth-generation iPad mini was released in March of 2019, and an update is expected to come this fall. The new sixth-generation ‌iPad mini‌ will include a similar design to the iPad Pro and iPad Air but in a smaller and lighter form. The new ‌iPad mini‌ is also rumored to have a USB-C port and the A14 chip. We’re expecting the new ‌iPad mini‌ to launch this fall, but it’s unlikely to make an appearance at Tuesday’s ‌Apple event‌.

Apple is hard at work on a new high-end version of the Mac mini, last updated with the ‌M1‌ Apple silicon chip in November of 2020. The new model is rumored to include a more powerful “M1X” Apple silicon chip and a new design with additional ports and a “plexiglass” top. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has reported the new Mac mini is only “several months away,” meaning a launch could be in store for this year. If Apple is planning a launch this year, it could come at the same event that includes the launch of the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros, possibly sometime in October or November.

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