It’s finally here, the biggest event for Apple this year, October 13 10AM PDT (October 14 1AM MYT). When we expect to see the delayed announcement of the 5G iPhone 12.
Apple announced that its iPhone event will be held on October 13. The invitation will be marked with the words “Hi, Speed”.
— Ben Geskin 📸📱⌚️ (@BenGeskin) October 6, 2020
Apple said in July this year that the iPhone will miss its usual September release window. Thus, it’s no surprise that this year’s iPhone activity is a bit later than normal. The later release may be due to the delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Apple did not completely withdraw from the autumn hardware sales season, but released new Apple Watch and iPad in mid-September.
The rumored iPhone 12 lineup is expected to adopt a new design with square edges (perhaps similar to the iPad Pro). It supports 5G networks. It should also come in four different models, including the new 5.4-inch size (which will be smaller than the iPhone 11 Pro) and 6.7-inch size (which will be the largest iPhone ever).
However, if you want the new iPhone to have a smooth butter refresh rate of 120Hz, then you may have to wait another year. If you want to learn more about the rumors about the new iPhone, we will provide here a complete summary of all the information we think we know.
Rumor has it that Apple is also developing other products, including new in-ear headphones, the smaller and cheaper HomePod, and products that compete with Tile’s location tracking tags (obviously called AirTags).
Apple always has the opportunity to share more about these content at the event. Apple announced in June that it will release its first ARM-based Mac at the end of this year, so we can also learn more.
Apple’s invitation letter usually with some clues. This time there is an Apple logo inside the circle with different colors of blue, orange and red. There is also a pun: “Hi, speed.”
But this has not stopped people from guessing what other mysteries might be hidden in the meaning of the invitees. Apple is also expected to announce new in-ear headphones during the event, which makes some people wonder whether the circle is related to audio. Apple has removed the rival headset from its store before the event.
Yes, you can read into Apple event slogans and taglines. "Speed" is very likely referring to new iPhones.
As for Apple event invite imagery hinting at specific products, that is more up for debate.
My initial reaction with this new invite was some audio-related news. pic.twitter.com/2JIF6gFP4V
— Neil Cybart (@neilcybart) October 6, 2020
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