of course to Tim Cook and his team has taken "the taste" of virtual events. Since the pandemic began, for obvious reasons, Apple stopped making its keynotes live at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park and started making them virtual, recorded and edited beforehand.
Without the problems of direct, and visually very spectacular. Y previously recorded. this is how Apple's keynotes have been for two years, and for the moment, it seems that things are not going to change, since in Cupertino they are already recording the next event next month.
Mark Gurman explained today on his blog about Bloomberg that Tim Cook and his team have started videotaping Apple's next virtual event, which we can see in early september, date yet to be determined.
In said keynote, Apple is expected to present at least the next line of iPhone 14, Apple Watch Series 8, and a new model of Apple Watch for extreme sports, no name confirmed.
Gurman says that the event, which is expected to take place in early September, is already in the recording and production phase, which implies that Apple is planning another pre-recorded virtual event, like those seen since the start of the pandemic.
He also explains on his blog that Apple plans to hold two events this fall, before the end of the year, as has been the tradition in recent years. The September event will focus on the new iPhone and the new Apple Watches, while the second event in October will show us the new Macs and iPads that Apple plans to launch.
It remains to be seen whether the new Second generation AirPods Pro We will see them in the keynote in September or in October. There is little left to get out of doubt.