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There’s no knowing what Apple will be launching at its California Streaming event today. But it’s a safe bet we’ll see the new iPhone, likely called the iPhone 13, and a new Apple Watch Series 7 (we may also see the rumored AirPods 3). The event, which will be held virtually, might show a new iPhone design along with improvements to the camera and other specs. Apple hasn’t discussed its plans for the devices, aside from a mention of four new iPhones in a filing with the Federal Communications Commission.



a traffic light with a mountain in the background: Apple is captioning this event "California streaming." Apple


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Apple is captioning this event “California streaming.” Apple

The most dramatic change for the new iPhones, aside from better cameras that Apple always tends to offer, is said to be the capability to make calls and send texts in emergencies when there’s no cell coverage. Generally, though, they’re expected to still rely on 5G wireless technology for day-to-day connectivity.

The iPhone 13 comes a year after one of Apple’s most successful launches, with the 5G-powered iPhone 12. The device offered the first major revamp of the iPhone’s design since 2017, when Apple introduced its $1,000 iPhone X , with its new face-unlocking design and better screen technology. One survey conducted before the iPhone 12 announcement from Decluttr, a device recycler and reseller, found that a “staggering” 53% of respondents planned to buy the new iPhone, touching off what analysts call a “supercycle” of phone upgrades. 

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Apple did notch an increase in iPhone sales in the three months following the release of the iPhone 12. In January, the company said iPhone sales during the holidays jumped 17% from the previous year, helping to lead the company to its highest recorded revenue and profit ever.

“It is not far from any of our minds that this result caps off the most challenging year any of us can remember,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a call with investors after posting the company’s financial results. “It is an understatement to say that the challenges it posed to Apple as a business…

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