Apple’s fall 2022 product launch event is here. The company is expected to unveil the iPhone 14 series of smartphones, Apple Watch 8 series, and other products. Here are live updates from Apple’s Far Out event, with the most recent news at the top of the page.

Update: The event has ended, and Apple has unveiled new iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphones as well as next-gen AirPods Pro earbuds and new Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE, and Apple Watch Ultra devices.

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One reply on “Live updates from Apple’s “Far Out” event (iPhone 14, Apple Watch Series 8, and new AirPods Pro)”

  1. No apple, you can never make things convenient enough to make me submit to the botnet. All you can do is make me feel increasingly nervous about everyone else’s reaction to my refusal to do so.

    I predict a certain level of excessive automated calling of emergency services. Not quite enough to clearly cause more harm, just enough to be annoying from time to time. You know, between the phones, the watches, and the car itself all trying to contact something.

    The idea that the temperature sensor is just for ovulation tracking is just silly; COVID theatre is NOT over, it’s just taken a back seat to some other social panic about and can come back any time. So I’m expecting the watch to nag you to get tested every time you have a fever, if not tell everyone who has that google/apple contact tracing turned on (the Massnotify incident has demonstrated that it’s often on without your knowledge) that you just put their life at risk if you get too close, and that they are dangerous too until they test negative for five days straight!

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