Apple will announce a new 4-inch iPhone 5se, updated iPad Air 3, and new Apple Watch bands on March 15, according to multiple reports.
Previously, 9to5Mac had reported Apple (AAPL) would either hold an event the week of March 14 or use its website to announce the new products.
BuzzFeed’s report indicates the event will be smaller than the event held in September at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. At that event, Apple announced the iPad Pro, iPhone 6S, and 6S Plus alongside new Apple Watch bands and colors.
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As for the March event, a new iPad Air 3 should make its debut. The mid-sized tablet is expected to get the same Smart Connector technology found on the iPad Pro, which allows accessories such as keyboards to connect and receive power from the tablet. Additionally, it’s possible the tablet will become compatible with Apple’s stylus, the Apple Pencil, which lets users jot notes or sketch within supported apps.
In essence, the iPad Air 3 will end up resembling a smaller iPad Pro. An Apple Keyboard Cover for the iPad Air 3 would presumably also appear alongside the updated tablet.
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The iPhone 5se will also make an appearance in March. The smaller iPhone will look similar to the iPhone 6 line, though instead of boasting a 4.7- or 5.5-inch display as more recent iPhone’s do, it will offer users a smaller alternative with 4-inch screen.
Apple has seen its bigger iPhones help increase the number of Android users switching to iOS. Furthermore, a smaller device is likely to carry a lower price tag that makes it a more attractive option in emerging markets such as India, where Apple recently applied for permits to open its own retail shops.
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Apple’s first wearable, Watch, is also rumored to receive a minor update next month. In lieu of a complete redesign, Apple is reportedly set to release new watch bands in different colors and materials. A black Milanese loop is expected to make its debut, while 9to5Mac indicates Apple is currently testing a new nylon material for watch bands.
With the date some six-weeks away still, it’s possible plans will change and the event will either end up moved or product plans could change.