We're expecting to see a couple big — er — small product updates at Apple's March 21 event.
You might've heard a few of the iPhone SE rumors that have been making the rounds? Well, if they're true, Apple won't be announcing another larger, thinner iPhone.
Instead, the company will be announcing a modernized version of the iPhone 5S, meaning the screen will only be 4 inches rather than 4.7 inches or larger.
Internal updates to the smaller phone could include an A9 processor (like what's in the 6s), an 8- or 12-megapixel camera, an NFC chip for Apple Pay and hopefully a larger battery.
Apple's iPad Pro could also see some shrinkage. The Pro just made its debut last September as the largest iPad ever.
Rumors suggest the new iPad Pro — which will likely have the same 9.7-inch screen as the regular iPad — could also have the same specifications as its larger counterpart.
So, that would include an A9X processor, a 12-megapixel camera, a pressure-sensitive screen that supports the Apple Pencil and a four-speaker audio system.
There probably won't be any other big device announcements at the Monday event, not even for a new Apple Watch, though some have speculated the watch could get some new bands.
Check in with us Monday on Twitter for live updates from the event.
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