Apple confirmed the debut date of the iPhone 14, new watches, as September 7

About two months following the product's initial introduction outside of China, manufacturing started

The tech giant is anticipated to introduce the iPhone 14 series and its upcoming spectrum of smartwatches during a launch event on Sept. 7, according to Apple Inc. This announcement confirms a date that Bloomberg News first reported last week.

Apple always makes a huge deal out of releasing a new iPhone because the company relied on it for more than half of its $366 billion in yearly sales in 2017. 

This year, though, the corporation is under even more pressure since it must use the most cutting-edge technologies to attract customers amid a slump in consumer spending, notably in the smartphone sector.

It also has more ambitious product rollout plans than normal for the upcoming months. By the first half of 2023, a frenzy of new Macs, iPads, AirPods, and even a mixed-reality headset are anticipated.

The camera bumps on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro may thicken, with the Pro's hump perhaps rising in size more noticeably.

This year, we are not anticipating any big design changes. Apple is anticipated to release new color options, maybe including a purple hue.

Instead of a stainless steel frame, the iPhone 14 Pro variants might have a titanium frame. Speaker and microphone grille redesigns are also a possibility.

To lessen the effects of speedier chips and 5G connection, Apple might potentially deploy a new vapor chamber thermal system that keeps the iPhone cooler.