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You can watch the live stream of the event on September 15 at 1 am Singapore time on Apple's website

Apple has officially announced that their annual launch event, which is expected to reveal new iPhones, will be taking place on September 14 this year.

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The company is also likely to introduce new Apple Watches and AirPods considering how it tends to release new watches every year and that the AirPods have not been refreshed since their last update in 2019. 

Apple has been holding dynamic virtual launch events as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic since 2020 and this year is no different. In fact, the launch is set to be streamed on Apple’s website at 1 am Singapore time on September 15 (which is September 14 in California). 

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Apple typically tends to announce their new iPhones in September each year which is why fans are expecting to see the iPhone 13 during the launch event.

However, last year, Apple announced the new iPhone 12 in October and used the September event to launch the Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, brand new iPads, and an Apple service called Apple One. 

It is not clear yet if they will repeat this at its event this year. 

However, so far, Apple fans are expecting to see new iPhones that feature a similar design to last year’s model and new designs for the Apple Watch which has not seen a design revamp since it was launched in 2015. 

Tune in live on September 15 at 1 am SGT for all of Apple’s latest offerings. 

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