Following Apple's first online WWDC in 2020 due to the 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic, Apple also delivered its September 2020 event entirely through the web.
Traditionally, Apple's September event is one of the most anticipated tech event of the year. It's usually on the yearly event that Apple reveals most of its products, including its next iPhone lineup.
But in this Apple Event, held on September 15, 2020, Apple didn't reveal the iPhones.
With the tagline "Time flies," the event that took place as a virtual conference, pre-recorded at Apple Park, announced the Apple Watch Series 6, the new iPad Air, as well as the release of iOS 14 the next day.
Despite not announcing any new iPhones, the keynote still had plenty to share.
The company also detailed its new Apple One subscription bundles, and its Fitness+ service.