Apple is set to unveil its iPhone 15 lineup at its annual September keynote event, with the event being live-streamed from Cupertino, California. This year, the company is expected to introduce USB-C charging to its iPhones, aligning with a European Union mandate requiring common charging connections by 2024. The move could streamline charging processes across devices and brands.

The iPhone 15 lineup may feature the “Dynamic Island” feature, replacing the screen’s notch with an interactive area for alerts and controls. Rumours suggest the Pro models will get a rear-facing periscope lens for enhanced optical zoom, a titanium casing for reduced weight, and the new A17 chip with 3-nanometer technology for improved performance and battery life. New colours are also expected.

Apple may provide updates on the Vision Pro, its mixed reality headset set for a 2024 launch, with potential feature teases. Additionally, the Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 may debut, along with next-generation AirPods. The company is likely to announce release dates for its next-generation operating systems.

However, analysts do not anticipate new iPads or Mac computers until October, and Apple is not expected to reveal a foldable device this fall, unlike competitors like Samsung and Google.