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Apple's September event plans, 1Password user revolt, & more on This Week in Apple

This time on "This Week in Apple," we explain the likelihood of multiple Apple events in September, why 1Password users are rebelling, and what's going on with Apple's latest betas.

Stay up to date on the last seven days of Apple

Each week, AppleInsider posts tons of stories about Apple, its products, rumors, and information about related vendors and other firms. Our weekend video series "This Week in Apple" condenses down the week's stories into an easy-to-digest video recap.

Along with a summary of the week, we have insight and analysis about the key events and what has transpired since the original reports were published. Sources for featured stories are below if you want to look into the events in more detail.

Multiple Apple events in September, SharePlay delayed, & more

Our biggest news of the week was the rumor Apple will be holding multiple keynote events in September. Apple has a laundry list of new products to announce that would be hard to fit into one event, so this seems quite plausible.

We also saw a lot of user backlash around AgileBits' decision to make the next version of 1Password an Electron app rather than a native solution for version 8.

Apple also issued the sixth betas this week of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8. HomePod also received a new beta update as well. The most notable change is the removal of SharePlay, which Apple has confirmed will not be in the shipping version of iOS or macOS, but will arrive in a subsequent update.