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Apple’s “California Streaming” presentation is about to begin, leading many to expect it to focus heavily on the long-awaited iPhone 13.

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while the incident Official Page Doesn’t give us that much to go on, there have been many leaks (from reliable sources like bloomberg) which gave us a good idea of ​​what to expect.

The iPhone 13 line-up is supposed to be the highlight of today’s livestream. According to the leak, these new devices will support always-on functionality and SOS satellite calling, the latter of which will help you access emergency services from anywhere in the world.

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Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 is also said to benefit from better battery life, faster processing chips, better facial recognition software, and a 120hz display.

Yet the biggest changes to the new line-up are reportedly going to be related to the new camera. Notably, the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max models will have better sensors – which capture 35% more light than their current-generation counterparts – and will also boast sensor stabilization.

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The leaks also indicate that the camera’s ultra-wide lens will be equipped with auto focus and an astrophotography mode will be introduced – allowing you to take better pictures of the night sky – for a new portrait while you’re recording video. with mode.

Apart from the iPhone 13, there are rumors that Apple will also unveil its next generation of fitness watches during the presentation. More information about all these leaks and what they actually mean can be found in of Granthshala prophetic article.

The Apple event will begin at 1 p.m. ET. Like this year’s E3 conference, it’s completely virtual, and you’ll be able to experience the whole thing from the comfort of your own home. Granthshala You’ve prepared an in-depth guide explaining how you can tune in here.

You can also catch all the latest happenings from Events GranthshalaLive coverage below.

Twitter users are fascinated by the new #AppleEvent animation

In anticipation of the livestream, a new animation has been added to the #AppleEvent hashtag on Twitter.

When you like a tweet containing this hashtag, the normal heart symbol will briefly turn into a glowing blue apple. This is the same icon being used to promote the “California Streaming” presentation.

Social media users seem to be having a lot of fun with animations and in that sense it has definitely done its job by getting people to talk. Whether this engagement will translate into more people really remains to be seen on the livestream, but it has successfully caught our attention.

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Welcome to of Granthshala Coverage of the September Apple presentation.

Here, we’ll be keeping track of all the big reveals and major updates from the livestream. With this being completely a virtual event, you can watch everything at home to watch it as it happens live.

Speaking of which, the livestream is being hosted on Apple’s official YouTube channel, where the link is currently counting down to the event’s start time at 1 p.m. ET.

With just under two hours left, you can all be ready by familiarizing yourself with the leaks and checking out our predictions for the event.