Rumours of new iPad Pros have been circling for some time. We're expecting Apple to hold an event some time in March, as it will mark a year since the 9.7-inch version of the company's powerful tablet was announced.

It's thought the iPad Pro 2 will come in the same 12.9in variant that's on sale now, alongside a new 10.5in model. However the 10.5in model would have the same footprint as the current 9.7-incher, as Apple is thought to be ditching the home button, leaving the entire front of the device to be taken up by screen.

Macotakara has also said Apple may in fact refresh the iPad Air 2 with a new, budget - at least, budget in Apple terms - tablet.

But it may not just be iPads that will be announced at the expected event in March. Macotakara cites an unnamed source as saying Apple will announce a Product(Red) version of the iPhone 7 and an iPhone SE with 128GB of storage.

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The Product(Red) devices help to support AIDS charities around the world, and Apple has been supporting the Red charity for the past 10 years. There's a chance Apple will announce a red colour finish with the launch of the iPhone 7s/8 in September, but introducing it earlier in the year could help to maintain or improve sales until the 7's successor arrives.

The iPhone SE meanwhile may just receive the boost in storage. It's marketed as a more affordable iPhone, so is unlikely to get a Force Touch display, as this is reserved for the flagship phones.

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