iPhone 14 Series, 3 iPad Tablets Tipped to Launch at September 7 Event


The launch of the iPhone 14 series  is rumored to be three weeks away, and ahead of the Sept. 7 event,  Apple is reportedly expected to announce a total of seven hardware products, including iPhone smartphones and iPad tablets. According to the smartphone lineup  shared by Evan Blass, the Cupertino-based company is also said to launch an iPhone 14 mini. Blass isn't clear if there will be an iPhone 14 Max. In the tablet category, there is one regular model and two Pro models that are expected to  debut. 

Citing one of Apple's major distributors in the Asia-Pacific region, tipsters believe Apple will launch the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 mini, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPad 10.2 (10th generation). , claimed that the iPad will be Pro 12.9 (6th generation). iPad Pro 11 (4th generation). “We have a lot of confidence in the accuracy of this Asian partner’s information,” Blass said, adding that they will have “seven devices” in stock starting next month. 

The list shared by the informant makes no mention of the iPhone 14 Max, suggesting that the model may never launch. Note, however, that Evan Blass didn't specifically say that the company won't be launching an iPhone 14 Max, as Blass said its Asian partners will begin stocking the aforementioned devices starting next month. I'm just saying there is. This certainly doesn't rule out the rumored iPhone 14 Max launch on  September 7th. The 

 iPhone 14 model and three iPad tablets will be available worldwide on September 7th and will be available on September 16th. According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, the iPhone launch will usher in a busy fall product season that includes several new Mac machines, low-end and high-end his iPad t

ablets, and three Apple Watch models. According to reports, the company will announce the iPhone 14 series and new iPad devices at two different events.

While this is not the way Apple launches products, the ongoing geopolitical tensions and recession risk may force the company  to take this action. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo argued last week that Apple's early announcement and delivery of  new hardware could minimize the impact of recession risks on demand. iPhone models are said to generate more than half of Apple's sales. Are the 
 Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 doing better than last year's models, as he explains in his Orbital on  the Gadget 360 podcast. Orbital is available on Spotify, Gaana, JioSaavn, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music and anywhere you can get  podcasts

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