iPhone 14 series, 3 iPad tablets are tipped to launch at the September 7 event

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The launch of the iPhone 14 series is three weeks away, and ahead of the September 7 event, it has been reported that Apple is expected to unveil a total of seven pieces of hardware, including iPhone smartphones and iPad tablets. According to the smartphone lineup shared by Ivan Blass, the Cupertino-based company is also said to launch the iPhone 14 mini. It is not clear from Blass whether there will be an iPhone 14 Max. In the tablet segment, there are one regular and two pro models that are expected to make their debut.

One of Apple’s top-tier channel partners in the Asia-Pacific region, citing Tipster Claimed Apple will launch iPhone 14, iPhone 14 mini, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPad 10.2 (10th generation), iPad Pro 12.9 (6th generation), and iPad Pro 11 (4th generation). Blas says that “we can trust the accuracy of the information from this Asian partner” that they plan to stockpile “seven devices” starting next month.

The list shared by the tipster does not mention the iPhone 14 Max which suggests that it may not launch the model. However, it should be noted that Evan Blass does not explicitly say that the company will not launch the iPhone 14 Max, which has already been debuted alongside two Pro and one vanilla models. Blass says only that the Asian partner plans to stock the aforementioned devices starting next month. This certainly does not rule out the launch of the iPhone 14 Max on September 7.

The iPhone 14 model and three iPad tablets will launch globally on September 7 and are claimed to go on sale on September 16. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the iPhone launch will kick off a busy product season, which will also include multiple new Mac machines. , low-end and high-end iPad tablets and three Apple Watch models. Reports suggest that the company will launch the iPhone 14 series and the new iPad device at two separate events.

This is not Apple’s style of launching its products but the ongoing geopolitical tensions as well as the risk of recession may force the company to take this action. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed last week that early announcements and shipments of Apple’s new hardware could help the company mitigate the impact of recession risks on demand. iPhone models are said to generate more than half of Apple’s sales.

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