Apple said to plan multiple special events for September

Unlike last year when Apple separated its fall product launches into three individual special events in September, October, and November, the company is planning to hold multiple product events in the month of September, DigiTimes reports, citing supply chain sourcess.

Apple Park in Cupertino, California
Apple Park in Cupertino, California

Sami Fathi for MacRumors:

Apple has multiple new products in store for release this fall, ranging from the iPhone 13, Apple Watch Series 7, third-generation AirPods, an updated iPad mini, a new baseline iPad, and of course, the highly anticipated redesigned 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros.

The scenario DigiTimes is reporting, where Apple will hold multiple events in a single month is not entirely impossible, but may be unlikely. By having multiple events spread out across various months, Apple is better equipped to ensure that every new device gets highlighted thoroughly and adequately.

Additionally, today’s report from DigiTimes lines up with a previous report by the publication, stating the redesigned 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros would be released in September. The laptops just recently entered mass production.

MacDailyNews Take: If true, Apple is readying a major, major month filled with top-selling and highly-anticipated iPhones, Apple Watches, iPads, Macs, and new AirPods – which is rapidly approaching!


    1. Not to forget the little companion device, iStalling. A device that allows Joe Biden to go to Camp David for R&R as he is not talking to world leaders and his Press Secretary, Jen Psaki, to take the week off, while something, somewhere in the world, the shit hits the fan!

    2. Thanks for injecting an ignorant, political remark into an apolitical news item.

      If you were cleverer, and could tell the difference between Russia and China, you would have called it “iMao.”

      If you were cleverer still, you would have said nothing political about what could be an exciting month (and Fall) for those of us interested in new hardware from Apple.

      1. You are welcome. And Apple deserves every single bit of attack it gets after censoring free speech to alter an election outcome, after opening up all the Apple devices people bought based on the promise of security and privacy, and now Apple is letting the Chinese communist bosses of Tim Cook invade all of our devices. And imbeciles like you cheer on as Apple turns into a monster as evil as Google.

        1. But what’s a shame, Kent, is that I’m sure I’m mostly in agreement with you about the stupidity of scanning all texts and photos. It’s definitely one of the dumbest ideas (however well-intentioned) Apple’s ever had. But you don’t need partisan political remarks (which only divide people) to make your point. You lose people that might otherwise agree with you.

          And I was just about to invite you to my birthday party…

          Seriously, dude. If you’re going to call a group of people “imbeciles,” you might want to triple check your spelling, grammar, and rhetoric a little more closely.

      2. Imagine shilling for a multi-trillion dollar corporation for free. “Don’t mention anything about mass surveillance or Chinese concentration camps, I want my new hardware mommy!”

        1. Schizophrenic much? Quickly, there’s an Asan Operative Hiding in your basement, destroy all your tech devices before they get you! Yes, your TV too!

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