Apple's "Let us loop you in" event is happening in a few hours, bringing us a new iPhone, a new iPad, and possibly, a new MacBook.
It's been a while since Apple stirred things up with a cheaper iPhone in the face of the 5c. While it wasn't a huge success, the iPhone 5c gave Apple some invaluable experience, which will hopefully be put to good use in the upcoming iPhone SE.
The iPhone SE moniker purportedly stands for "Special Edition" and the phone is expected to cost $400-$500. With its 4" display, the phone will be a modern-day version of the iPhone 5s. Inside, there's talk of an A9 chip with M9 co-processor and 1GB of RAM.
There will be a 12MP camera at the back with dual-LED flash and 4K video recording. The resolution of the screen is yet unclear, but what we know is the 16GB internal storage. 64GB variant is also likely, with no 32GB middle ground available.
The upcoming Air 3 is also commonly referred as a scaled-down iPad Pro. According to rumors, Apple will equip the latest Air 3 tablet with an A9X chip, 4GB of RAM.
Additionally, it's believed the 3D Touch feature of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus won't make it to the iPad Air 3. Latest rumors suggest the 9.7" slate will start at $599.
The event start soon, so get yourself prepared for the Apple news storm.