Apple’s biggest hardware event of the year is only a few days away.
If past years are any indication, the event will be used to unveil a slew of new products, including new iPhones, a new Apple Watch, and maybe even a refreshed pair of its wireless AirPods.
Based on analysts, leaks, and reports, here’s what we’re expecting Apple to announce at its biggest hardware event of the year.
- [LLODO] Texas men killed in suspected murder-suicide over relationship with same woman: sheriff
- [LLODO] 27 Illinois veterans die of coronavirus in nursing home, prompting probe
- [LLODO] Reinstated coronavirus restrictions by state: What you need to know
- [LLODO] Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Parks see record visitors in October
- [LLODO] Portland police announce 4 arrests in human sex-trafficking scheme involving child
- [LLODO] Feds seize $3.5M in Mexican cartel cash, drugs and ammo in massive San Diego bust
- [LLODO] Florida mom allegedly forced young son to smoke from marijuana vape pen
- [LLODO] Oregon detectives release new sketch of woman whose skull was found on Mount Hood in 1986 after vanishing
- [LLODO] Portland-area DA praises Democratic group for supporting decriminalizing riot-related crimes