The iPhone 14, Apple Watch Pro, and Apple Watch Series 8 are the company’s most significant products for this year, and they are about to go on sale.
Additionally, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has updated his Powerup newsletter with some fresh information on this upcoming event and impending items.
There are no plans to upgrade the camera zoom on the iPhone 14 Pro.
Let’s begin with the iPhone 14 first. Gurman, who is also a well-known journalist, was invited to the “Far Out” event by Apple, and he confirmed that the corporation made no mention of the iPhone 14.
The iPhone 14 and Apple Watches will surely go on sale on September 7. Gurman added that although the iPhone 14 Pro is receiving camera updates, zooming improvements are still a long way off.
Apple Watch Pro
Given that the iPhone 14 is also believed to receive satellite capabilities, Apple Watch Pro is anticipated to get it. According to Gurman, the issue was discussed internally at the organisation.
Users will be able to share their location with others and receive cellular service even in dead zones thanks to this connectivity.
The frustrating aspect, however, is that Apple has no intention of including it in the first generation of the Apple Watch Pro, also known as Apple’s Rugged Watch, even if it is widely anticipated that it will appear in the second generation.
And at this upcoming presentation, along with Apple Watch Series 8, it is anticipated that the first iteration of Apple Watch Pro will be unveiled.
Additionally highlighted in Gurman’s report are Apple’s next 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, which are powered by M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs that are now in the testing and development stages.
Thus, there is a possibility that these Macbooks will be released by the end of this year.