Apple is expected to release the next generation iPhone 14 in September this year. According to recent rumors, the company recently had plans to hold an event to launch the iPhone 14 on September 13th. It is now reported that Apple may release three new smart watches along with the Apple iPhone 14 series, PhoneArena said.

Earlier it was rumored Apple there will be four iPhone 14 models – iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max in the upcoming lineup. Now, rumor has it, the company will unveil three Apple Watch models during launch in September, according to the latest report.

Rumor has it that the Apple Watch with a flat trim, which last year is rumored to come out as the Apple Watch Series 7, also reported that the Apple Watch 8 with a new flat design similar to the iPhone 12. Except in Apple Watch Series 8Apple is also expected to release a new version of the Apple Watch SE and a new Apple Watch Extreme Edition, PhoneArena said.

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It is expected that in addition to the Apple Watch and iPhone, Apple will release a second generation AirPods Pro this year. AirPods Pro 2, as they are called, can come with several premium features such as active noise reduction, lossless audio support, spatial audio and more. It is expected that AirPods Pro 2 will also receive a new chip for TWS headphones from Apple.

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It is said that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be the first iPhone models to drop a fairly popular level on Apple’s iPhone. According to rumors and leaks, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are said to come with a tablet-shaped cutout that will house the front cameras and sensors located in the iPhone’s slot.

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