Sneakily suggesting higher speeds, thanks to the A14 Bionic chip, or even the 5G-enabled devices, Apple has finally announced an official date for the launch of their brand new iPhone 12 series on October 13.
Awaiting this launch with bated breaths ever since fall began, Apple fans now have a reason to celebrate, this October. After numerous delays, the event that usually takes place in September will now happen on the 13th of October 1:00 PM, ET. Apple made this announcement via an e-invite that read “Hi, Speed”, a catchphrase that might be hinting at a lot of new features like the 5G-enabled devices and the superfast A14 Bionic Chip. The COVID-19 pandemic being the only plausible reason for this delay, Apple introduced a series of watches, iPads, and services on September 15th, earlier this year!
The company’s chief financial officer (CFO), Luca Maestri, had announced a delay in the launch date of the iPhone 12 due to the disruption of supply chains during the pandemic, which has hit productions for most smartphone makers. But unlike last year, the company is expected to launch four new iPhones this year, going by numerous rumors and leads.
Like almost every other tech company has staged its events during the pandemic, Apple’s “Hi, Speed” event will also be streamed online, from the Apple Park in California. For the simplest streaming option, You could go onto the Apple’s events page and click the “Add To Your Calendar link”. That will download an ICS file you can add to your calendar app of choice. Once the event goes live you can watch it by clicking on the link in your calendar, or by clicking the link above to take you right to the Apple events page.
Alternatively, you’ll be able to watch the event on Apple’s YouTube page or on the website: The Apple Event – Oct. 13 Livestream video already has a direct link where you can set a reminder to tune in, or just click the link to tune in as the event starts.