The day you can expect a smaller 4 inch iPhone, Smaller iPad Pro, New Apple watch bands and Final release of iOS 9.3. Current iOS 9.3 is in beta 6, if you want to get it now, then register your device to apple developer account here > and install the latest iOS 9.3 beta.
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A smaller, 4-inch iPhone / iPhone 5SE:
In case if you have missed full article on iPhone 5SE, Read it first here > The 4 inch iPhone SE will reportedly replace the iPhone 5S in the iPhone lineup. iPhone 5SE design is a mixed up of iPhone 4s,5S and iPhone 6s. It looks kind of smilier to iPhone 6 with curved 2.5D glass at the edges and the back looks like an iPhone 5S. The SE moniker will apparently stand for “Special Edition,” according to outlets like 9to5Mac and Bloomberg.
Beyond a smaller display, the iPhone SE is rumored to look like a mash-up of the iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 with a metallic body. According to 9to5Mac, it will be just as powerful as the existing iPhone 6s with an A9 processor. The iPhone SE will likely replace the older iPhone 5c in Apple’s lineup and cost between $400 and $500.
A new smaller size iPad Pro
9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman says Apple will make the 9.7-inch iPad Air more powerful and call it the iPad Pro, which currently exists in a 12.9-inch form factor. That means the smaller display size that belongs to the iPad Air now will get support for Apple’s Pencil stylus, stereo speakers, and faster specs. It could also have an upgraded 12-megapixel camera that can record 4K video, according to 9to5Mac.
New Apple Watch Bands:
While a new Apple Watch model isn’t expected this month, 9to5Mac reports that there will be new color and band options announced. New looks for the Apple Watch will likely be in partnership with luxury fashion brands, similar to how Apple partnered with Hermès for ultra-expensive bands last year.
Final Versions of iOS 9.3:
To accompany the new hardware, Apple will likely announce a public release date for iOS 9.3, which is currently in beta. If you wan to update to iOS 9.3 now then register your iPhone UDID to Apple developer account now > and get access to all ios beta early for a year. The update has new features like Night Shift for adjusting the color of your display at night, which reportedly has health and sleep benefits. Apple has also been testing a new version of watchOS for the Apple Watch that includes an updated Maps app and bug fixes.