Most recently, a report suggested that the 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models will be upgraded this year with under-the-hood speed enhancements.
While there's plenty of room to speculate about what the Cupertino-company has in store for tomorrow morning, it's interesting to consider, for starters, that 8:30 am Pacific Standard Time is the usual time that Apple issues press releases - or major announcements, alternatively.
But on the other hand, Samsung is launching its latest and greatest on March 29th, and releasing a new handset at the same time would be a classically trolly move from Apple.
The firm today confirmed its online store would be down - a usual sign of incoming new products. There are rumors stating that the product launch may coincide with the inauguration of the Apple Park campus next month.
It naturally generates speculations that the unavailability of the online store is due to the fact that Apple is rumored to launch new products.
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According to the latest, Apple in 2017 plans to release three new iPad models, an affordable 9.7-inch model, a revamped 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and a brand new 10.5-inch device.
In addition to this, Mac Otakara, a Japanese blog suggested that the Cupertino giant will throw a March event to introduce its all new iPad Pro lineup. Do you think Apple is planning to release new products?
Apple first unveiled the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in September 2015, making it the firm's biggest tablet to date.
Still, Apple likes its surprises and telegraphing a product update the day before it's announced doesn't seem like the sort of thing the company would overlook.
Elsewhere, the iPhone SE could get a 128GB storage option, while the iPhone 7 may get a red color option. As far as the features are concerned, the company has rolled out a new file system, APFS, which is now at the experimental stage and should get a final release in 2017. "The Apple Store will be updated and unavailable during this time". Share your thoughts in the comments section below.