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By Dan Moren for Macworld
Welcome to the calm before the storm. Apple is readying its announcements for its annual fall event next week and the rumors and whispers have started to coalesce around what we’ll likely see trotted out: new iPhones, including better camera features, new Apple Watch case materials, and a Tile competitor that will let you track your wallet, keys, and so on.
There are, of course, plenty of things that likely won’t get announced at this particular event, because they’re nowhere near shipping and Apple doesn’t usually talk about products when they aren’t ready to go. And yet, people will still take to the internet to register their disappointment and frustration that all their wishes and fondest desires weren’t met by what Apple did show.
With the hopes of forestalling some of that, here’s a look at three things that you really shouldn’t be expecting to see at next week’s event.