What Apple Didn't Announce During Its Time Flies Event Last Night

Dhir Acharya - Sep 16, 2020


What Apple Didn't Announce During Its Time Flies Event Last Night

Last night, Apple announced a bunch of new products including the Apple Watch and iPads. But what did it not cover? When will we see new products?

Over the past 8 years, since the iPhone 5, Apple has announced its new iPhone series in a September event. But during this year's September event, the tech giant announced new iPads and Watch Series along with a bundled subscription service only. We didn’t see a new iPhone.

But it wasn’t necessarily a surprise as there have been rumors around a delay for months now. The iPhone 12 lineup may be announced at another event next month.

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What wasn't announced last night?

And a new iPhone is not the only thing missing from the event last night, the company didn’t introduce the following products either.

AirTags

This is a long-anticipated device designed as trackers for your items but it has always been a phantom product. Little is known about the AirTags except for some hints found in iOS code.

The concept of the AirTags
The concept of the AirTags

Apple TV

During the event last night, the iPhone maker talked a lot about the Apple TV Plus service that now comes included in the Apple One subscription plan. However, the tech giant didn’t say anything about the hardware box Apple TV. The existing Apple TV box was launched in 2017, a long time for a tech product. As people are stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, they are streaming content more than ever, meaning it’s very important and urgent to release an updated box.

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We expect a new Apple TV hardware box after 3 years waiting

Apple-silicon Macs

Apple promised to release new Macs with non-Intel ARM-based processors by year-end. There are a few months left before we may see a new iMac or a Mac Mini, or even a new 14-inch MacBook Pro.

HomePod

When the company debuted its HomePod smart speaker, it put a hefty price tag of $350 on the product. Now, we expect the tech giant to release a smaller, more affordable model.

It’s likely that the firm will host another event next month when it may announce the aforementioned products. Let’s be patient and wait for another 30 days to see what happens.

>>> Apple Watch Series 6 Rumors: Specs, Price, And Release Date

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