Although Apple traditionally shows off new iPhones in September, it has been widely reported that this year’s models are delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and as a result, the firm could show them off in an October keynote.
The company is taking a leaf out of WWDC’s book and hosting a new digital-only event, with no members of the media or developer world invited to attend the event in person.
Apple will prerecord the details of each product and share them in a seamless presentation online.
This year has been quiet for Apple so far on the product front, with the coronavirus pandemic causing technology giants to slow down their usual release schedules.
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