Next confirmation: Apple Watch Series 6 and a new iPad will be presented on Tuesday 8 September

According to a new report, Apple may announce two new devices this Tuesday.

According to the famous leaker Prosser, this week Apple will present the new models of the Apple Watch Series 6 and iPad via press release.


Prosser explains that Apple has a press release scheduled for Tuesday, September 8 at 9:00 am EST, through which it will present the aforementioned devices.

Previously, the leaker revealed that the new ‌Apple Watch‌ and iPad‌ models would be announced via a press release in the week of September 7. This alleged press release from Tuesday would appear to be about those products.

We know for sure that the new Apple Watch models will be the successors of the Series 5, but as for the iPad, Prosser hasn’t stated which model will be announced. 

There has been some confusion over the past few months over leaks regarding the entry-level iPad and Air 4. It has also been suggested that new iPad Pro models may arrive this month, so it’s hard to know exactly which model. will be presented.

In any case, the launch of new Apple products appears to be imminent. At the end of last month, the Cupertino giant registered eight Apple Watches and seven iPads in Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) documents, and, recently, some leak images showed the alleged instruction manual and design diagrams of an unreleased iPad.

The new Apple Watch Series 6 is expected to be a relatively minor upgrade , with the wearable being equipped with an improved battery for watchOS 7’s new sleep monitoring features, improved ECG functions, and a blood oxygen sensor.

If Apple really announces these products it is very likely that the release dates of iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and watchOS 7 will be announced, as the new model of Apple Watch will arrive on the market with watchOS 7 pre-installed and to pair it with an iPhone. last must be updated to iOS 14.

A week full of surprises promises!

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