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Aizaz khan
Aizaz khan
Aizaz was the first person to get a byline on his blog on technology from his home in Bannu in 2017. Then, he went on to a career in breaking things professionally at my electric sparks which is where he eventually took over the kit as a hardware editor. Today, as the senior editor of hardware for my electric sparks, he spends time reporting about the most recent developments in the hardware industry and technology. If he's not reporting on hardware or electronics, you'll see him trying to be as remote from the world of technology as possible through camping in the wild.

The Apple iPhone 14 Launch event is less than a week away, and the event is scheduled to show off various new products and not just an updated iPhone. We’re also watching out for three (yes, we mentioned three) new Apple Watch models and even an updated pair of AirPods Pro earbuds.

Apple’s likely to host an intimate event on the Apple Park campus and stream the event on the internet, much as it did at WWDC in June. We’ll see what’s possible during Apple’s hardware-focused event on September 7th, 2022.


Apple will naturally unveil the brand-new iPhone 14 in September. However, the regular model won’t be the highlight of the presentation. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are expected to include most of the latest and innovative features.

Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Three significant features are expected to be included in both the Pro and the Pro as well as Pro Max: a constantly-on screen (characteristic Android phones have had for a long time) as well as an upgraded 48-megapixel camera on the rear with larger sensors as well as an LCD that removes the notch and replaces it with smaller cutouts for cameras. The phone will also have an upgraded processor called the A16. Apple could use this remarkable listing of features to justify the rumored price increase.

It’s not looking like the basic variant with the iPhone 14 will come with numerous significant changes. The biggest change to the standard model will likely include an increased 6.7-inch display. The previous rumors of analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggest an iPhone 14 (plus the Pro and Pro Max) may have a superior selfie camera with autofocus. Performance-wise, the basic iPhone 14 will likely use the same A15 processor used on the iPhone 13 series.

If you’re a smaller phone fan, I’m sorry to inform you that the Mini isn’t coming out. Mini is unlikely to appear in the coming year.


Apple is getting ready to introduce three models that are brand new Apple Watch versions. The three models include The Watch Series 8, an upgraded SE, and a new and rugged “Pro” model designed for athletes who participate in extreme sports.

Let’s begin with our first look at Series 8. Based on Bloomberg Reporter Mark Gurman The next-gen watch will have the brand new S8 chip. However, it’s not expected to offer a significant performance improvement on those with S7 or S6 chips. Although Apple doesn’t wish to add the ability to track your blood pressure at this point, it might include an in-built temperature sensor that can detect when you’re suffering from fever.

Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

In addition, the brand new Apple Watch SE is expected to replace the current budget Watch Series 3. It’s likely to come with the identical S8 chip, which is an improvement on the S5 chip that the 2020 SE model has. Apart from that, it doesn’t appear like any significant modifications are planned. It’s likely to keep the exact size of the display currently used in the SE.

For the rumored tough Apple Watch “Pro,” Gurman believes it may have an upgraded “nearly 2-inch display” that’s “more shatter-resistant.” It could also have a “strong metal” case instead of a rubberized one point which was previously mentioned. However, don’t expect the model to cost a lot. The watch is expected to cost between $900-$999.


AirPods Pro hasn’t received an update since its first launch in 2019. Then, almost three years later, they might see the launch of The AirPods Pro 2.

The first thing to note is that they are expected to appear distinct. New AirPods Pro may resemble the Beats Fit Pro and could have an in-ear wing tip that removes the stem. The new earbuds may also be able to emphasize tracking fitness because of the potential upgrade of motion sensors.

Kuo also spoke of his thoughts on the potential of AirPods Pro supporting lossless audio that will allow for superior audio. It would also mean that AirPods Pro 2 is the first model to use a technology known as the Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC). Even the top-end AirPods Max doesn’t support it. If AirPods Pro 2 keeps this Apple Lossless Audio Codec, it will be interesting to find out how Apple can overcome its limitations with Bluetooth, which typically requires compressing the audio quality.

Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge

The AirPods Pro 2 charging case might also receive an upgrade. It could have a tiny speaker that emits sounds when you attempt to locate it with The Find My app. The AirPods themselves sound at the moment, but having the ability to connect them to the case may be helpful if it gets lost from the AirPods.


We first learned about iOS 16 when Apple announced it in June, and we’ve got an idea of what we can expect based on the information we’ve observed from the beta public. Gurman claims Apple finished the development process in the last week and will likely launch the final version of iOS 16 within about a week after the iPhone 14 event.

iOS 16 brings several new features, such as the capability to modify and delete messages and the ability to create a customized display for your lock. Additionally, it introduces new notifications on the bottom of your lock screen, and a live Activities display on the lock screen that gives you live updates of events in real-time, like food delivery development. Oh, and the battery percentage has returned… however, not in the manner you’d expect (or as you might expect).

Photo by Victoria Song / The Verge

In addition to iOS 16, Apple might additionally release watchOS 9 along with its trio of new wearables. Its WatchOS 9 beta has been available for a while in the past and is expected to provide quite a few enhancements on Apple Watch. It includes new running metrics, sleep stage monitoring, passive AFib, and improved watch face customization.


It appears that this is the last event to be the last time for this specific Apple launch; however, fortunately, we won’t need to wait long for another batch of announcements of new Apple products. Apple is anticipated to resume its previous pre-pandemic plan of hosting the iPhone launch in September and a separate event in October that will showcase its latest tablets and Macs.

This is when we’ll see an updated version equipped with the M2-chip iPad Pro and an entry-level iPad with the A14 processor. Apple is also expected to launch three Macs, including the Mac Mini, Mac Pro, and a MacBook Pro, all with the M2 chip from Apple. iPadOS and macOS Ventura will also likely arrive in the near future.

We’re also waiting on Apple’s long-rumored mixed-reality headset, and it’s out of the question to believe that Apple will present it in the coming year. It seems like Apple is making advancements, however. The company’s director’s board tested the device earlier in the year. However, Kuo believes the device won’t be launched in January 2023.

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