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Apple expected to unveil new iPhones and next Apple Watch

Apple is expected to unveil new iPhones and the next Apple Watch at a virtual event this evening.

With many people making assumptions and spreading rumours of what they think the company is planning next, it seems anything is possible.


Four different models of the iPhone are also expected as well as an updated chip.

The company is expected to be broadcasting the event at 6pm Irish time to show the new and improved iPhones and Apple Watch.

According to people briefed on the event, the new iPhone will closely resemble last year’s model.


They added that the biggest change will be to the screen, which will have what is known as a higher refresh rate, resulting in smoother videos and photos.

The phone will also feature a new and improved camera.

The Apple Watch will also aesthetically match last year’s model but will feature a larger display that can show more pixels, resulting in more compelling images and texts on the watch face.

Apple has declined to make a comment.

IMAGE – “Apple iPhone 6 Plus” (CC BY 2.0) by Janitors


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