Apple is expected to finally unveil the iPhone 12 and a handful of other products at a special event.
The company has unveiled new gadgets including Apple Watch and iPad At its September event, however, for the first time in a few years, no new iPhone was released.
Today’s launch is being held online – as of last month’s release and Apple’s Developers Conference In June – and will air at 6pm UK time.
You can follow it directly with Sky News, but here’s what to expect.
The firm is set to unveil four devices of three different sizes across the iPhone 12 range.
They have been rumored to include a super-fast 5G wireless connection for the first time, with models going on sale October 23rd.
The smallest device is expected to have a 5.4-inch screen, the two will measure 6.1 inches and the largest will have a Mammoth 6.7-inch display.
The largest version and a .1.1-inch model is likely to be a higher device with the latest technology, probably known as the iPhone 12 Pro range called
They are hoping that the triple-lens housing will debut with the iPhone 11 Pro, while regular and smaller models will have a dual-lens set up on the back.
It is not clear what the smaller iPhone 12 will be called, but it is suggested to name the iPhone 12 Mini.
Apple is rumored to have added a separate metal frame, reminiscent of the iPhone 4 and the new iPad Pro model, to distinguish devices from the iPhone 11 range.
The design is expected to give the device a square-edged look by framing it with the iPad Proteus – although for most people these features are somehow hidden.
Rumors have also surfaced that the iPhone 12 will Sold without headphones, charger or a plug adapter In the box.
The best features are rumored to be in the 6..7-inch device, which has a rear camera system that uses lasers to calculate depth information, equipping new photography and add-on-reality features.
There are rumors of working on over-the-ear headphones to join the Apple AirPods family, called Probable AirPods Studio – although Chinese social media leaks have claimed that they will not be appearing at today’s event.
The main invitation to Tuesday’s event is titled “High, Speed.”
It suggests that the company will make a big deal from the inclusion of Apple Silicon – or its internally developed computer chips – for the A14 Bionic available in September, such as the iPad Air 4.
The chip was described as “the most advanced we’ve ever made” with transistors so small that they “challenged the laws of physics” with about 11.8 billion on a single chip.
Apple said, “We are talking about such small scales, they are measured in atoms.”
This is the first time such a chip has been announced on a product line other than the iPhone, possibly due to the delayed release date, the company warned investors earlier this year.
Apple says the iPad Air 4 is three times faster than the top-selling Android tablet and six times faster than the top-selling Chromebook.
We’ll have to wait and see what Apple compares to the iPhone 12.
Look for the most fancy additions to the lineup of similar tile bluetooth trackers – Apple Airtags.
These can be attached to a keyring or other items and located using an application.
Particularly exciting is the idea of an enhanced reality tracker, which enables users to open the iPhone and get an overlay of where the tag is.
This can be especially useful for antique-reward problems for not knowing where you put your keys.
Even if the tag is left even higher, there are suggestions that Apple’s “Find My” app could detect it on other iPhones via a fake network.