“Time Flies” Event From Apple – Do you ready?

Apple is announcing the 15 September 'Time Flies' event. Apple Watch, perhaps.

“Time Flies” Event From Apple – Do you ready?

The event for 15 September at 1PM ET/10AM PT was announced by Apple. Normally in September, Apple announces new iPhones, but rumors of delayed phones have been found this year. The tagline of the event, "Time Flies," suggests instead that we are seeing a new Apple Watch.

The event will take place later than the usual announcement of the fall of Apple for the current COVID-19 pandemic. The event is probably due to delays. During its most recent profit call, Apple confirmed that it would not ship its new telephones in September.


Whilst, as usual, Apple is rumored to have a complete lineup of hardware this fall, including four new iPhones, the Apple Watch series 6, an updated iPad Air, a smaller HomePod, and perhaps even a pair of brand new Apple over-ear headsets. The Apple Watch range is expected to appear.

In view of the 'Time Flies' branding, however, the series 6 was rumored to add blood oxygen surveillance and enhanced sleekness tracking, together with a faster processor. Apple also reports that the Series 3 model will be cheaper to replace it.

The Apple event stream YouTube page also provides tips on Apple Watch and iPad ads. The event is listed as keywords as "Series 6" and "iPad air." As reported by Guilherme Rambo. Although many other Apple terms, including iPhone, Apples TV and WWDC, are also available, it is worth noting.


Four new iPhone models are expected to be announced by Apple later this year: two cheaper 12 iPhone models, 5.4 inch and 6.1 inch, and two 6.1 inches and 6.7 inch Pro model iPhone 12 models. We have to wait for that announcement a few weeks ago, if the 5.4-inch phone would be the smallest iPhone since the iPhone SE was launched in 2016; the 6.7-inch model would be the largest ever. Finally, before the end of the year, Apple has promised that, even though the rumor mill is silent so far with real details, it will see its ARM powered silicon macs too.