If there is at least one more Apple product that we can almost guarantee that will be launching by the end of 2021, it will be the iPhone 13. According to the rumors, Apple is expected to host an event in September where the phone will be announced, and where we can expect to see devices like the Apple Watch as well.

However, it seems that Apple could be planning an event-filled September. This is according to a report from DigiTimes (paywall) who claims that Apple is expected to host multiple special events in September. This is kind of strange because Apple usually spaces their events apart, as opposed to cramming them all in a single month.

For example, last year we saw an Apple Watch and iPad event in September, followed by an iPhone event and then about a month later. We then had another event that saw Apple launch their M1 Mac computers.

We expect that to be the same this year, where the iPhone 13 and Apple Watch will probably launch in September, and then Apple could host another event in October or November for its rumored redesigned Mac mini and MacBook Pros. In any case, if Apple is still sticking with its virtual and pre-recorded events, we suppose it shouldn’t really be an issue to schedule them scattered throughout the month, but we’ll have to wait and see.

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