In two months, we might have new iPhones, a new Apple TV, and a new iPad.
If you know anything about Apple's release cycles for products, you're already aware that the company likely has an iPhone event scheduled for sometime in September, but it's still noteworthy when reports surface to seemingly confirm what we're all thinking.
John Paczkowski of BuzzFeed, who used to work at Re/Code and AllThingsD, has claimed that Apple will hold an event the week of 7 September, though he's pinpointing the exact date to be 9 September. That's the very same day Apple unveiled last year's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus).
He thinks we'll see the next-generation iPhones at this special event, along with a new Apple TV and a 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
The next iPhones, thought to be called the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus, will reportedly be "S" upgrades. They'll look like last year's models but will come with major new features, such as force touch technology. As for the Apple TV, Apple hasn't updated the set-top box in more than 900 days, and the rumour mill thinks the next version will get a complete redesign.
It could have a slimmer chassis, Apple's A8 system-on-chip, more on-board storage, support for Siri voice control, a remote with touch-pad input, access to an Apple TV App Store, and maybe even a subscription service (if Apple has finally landed those oft-rumoured content deals).
Paczkowski seems to think the iPad Pro will be a wild card product, so it therefore might not show up in September but rather at a later event. Apple has held October events in the past in order to debut new iPads, Macs, and OS X updates, after all.
You can read all about what the 12.9-inch iPad Pro might feature here.