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iPhone 13: how to watch the launch event and everything we look forward to | Digital Trends Spanish

Apple has returned to the traditional. After its autumn event (boreal) in October in 2020, the Cupertino firm chose September 14 as the date of presentation of its new flagship phone, the iPhone 13. What will its characteristics be and what else will come? We tell you how to watch Apple’s California Streaming event and everything we hope for.

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Apple has historically made the presentation of its phones in September of each year. However, the complexities of 2020 – due to the restrictions of COVID-19 and the shortage of chips – forced to delay in an unprecedented way the presentation of the iPhone 12 to October 2020.

By 2021, everything seems to have returned to normal. Or at least in part. For the presentation of the iPhone 13, the company headed by Tim Cook will repeat the virtual format that has become the standard of most technological events since the beginning of the pandemic, abandoning those of the face-to-face type.

How to watch Apple’s California Streaming event

Apple’s California Streaming event will take place on Tuesday, September 14 at 1:00 pm ET / 10:00 am PT and will be broadcast live from Apple Park. Depending on where you live, these are the schedules for the Ibero-American countries:

  • Spain: 7:00 pm
  • Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay: 2:00 pm
  • Bolivia, Paraguay, Venezuela: 1:00 pm
  • Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Peru: 12:00 pm
  • Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras: 11:00 am

The transmission can be followed from the apple website, but it is also possible to do it from the YouTube channel of the company or the Apple TV app, on any compatible device.

In addition, you can follow the event on this page of Digital Trends in Spanish and follow all the details online through our Twitter account @DigitalTrendsEs.

What to expect from Apple’s California Streaming event

Although the new iPhone 13 series will be the highlight of the day, there could also be news in terms of AirPods Pro headphones, Apple Watch Series 7 watches and, eventually, new iPad tablet models.

iPhone 13

iPhone 12 - iPhone 13 everything we know

Apparently, Apple will repeat the line of the iPhone 12 with the new model. In this way, we can expect an iPhone 13 Pro, an iPhone 13 Pro Max, an iPhone 13 and an iPhone 13 Mini.

Although in terms of design it would not offer major changes compared to its predecessor, the iPhone 13 would come with a smaller notch for the module of the Face ID, which would optimize its performance when using masks.

Nor would there be major adjustments in terms of cameras, although the ultra-wide lens would come with an update in terms of autofocus and Cinematic Video technology, which would be the equivalent of video for portrait mode of photographs.

If in 2020 the company finally included OLED technology for iPhone screens, the novelty for 2021 would be an upgrade upgrade from 60 Hz to 120 Hz, at least in the two most powerful models, the Pro and the Pro Max.

The iPhone 13 line will likely come equipped with a new Apple A15 chip, which would keep the 5nm process. In addition, all phones would receive significant improvements in the capacity of their batteries, highlighting the 4,352 mAh of the Pro Max.

Apple Watch Series 7

The Apple Watch Series 7 could be another of the novelties of the Apple event. It is possible that the The case size increased from the 40 and 44 millimeters in the Series 6 models to 41 and 45 millimeters, respectively.

Unlike its predecessors, it would also have a flat body, with a shape reminiscent of the iPhone 12, which would be accompanied by the introduction of a 1.8 or 1.9-inch screen (396 x 484 pixels), with thinner bezels.

While the digital crown and side button would retain their positions on the case, the button could no longer be physical and transform into a touch-sensitive one, with haptic feedback technology.

One of the latest rumors is that the Apple Watch 7 straps would not be compatible with previous models, which was spurred by the liquidation of stocks from the older tie-downs. However, there is no certainty that there will be changes to the clamping system, which Apple has kept unchanged for 7 years.

AirPods Pro

During the event, the arrival of a improved set of AirPods. The new headphones would arrive with a design that would be more similar to the AirPods Pro than to the conventional models, in addition to a smaller and more compact casing.


Another novelty would be the premiere of two tablets: a redesigned iPad Mini 6 and a thinner and lighter traditional iPad. Both would arrive with A15 chips, plus USB-C type connectors. Today’s iPads are powered by the A12 Bionic chip, so this is a major leap in terms of power.

The iPad mini 6 would have a larger screen than the previous model’s 7.9 inches. While some versions assure that it will be 8.3 inches, while others even place it at 9 inches.

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