Apple has officially confirmed when it will be making its next big announcement; it has sent out media invites for an event to be held on March 21st.
It's expected that Apple will unveil a new, smaller iPhone, the iPhone 5SE, which will be around the same size as the iPhone 5 but pack better specs. It's reported that the handset will feature the same processor found in the iPhone 6S, have an 8MP camera, and offer a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
Apple is also expected to announce a new iPad with recent rumours suggesting that it'll feature the Pro moniker rather than Air. It's tipped to be a 9.7-inch slate with a faster processor and more RAM than the 12.9-inch model unveiled last year.
We're likely to hear about Apple Watch updates, including new bands and possibly an update to watchOS.
One other possibility, but one to put in the 'maybe' pile, is that iOS 9.3 will go live. It's not a major update, but does pack some nifty features.
Finally, we're curious to see if Apple will address its current ongoing battle surrounding encryption. It's certainly the hot topic at the moment, and one that we imagine Apple would like to speak about to the media and fans.