AppleApple will reportedly reveal a new iPad, possibly the successor to the 9.7-inch iPad Air 2, at an event scheduled for March, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman.
Gurman was also first to report about Apple's upcoming 4-inch iPhone allegedly being called the iPhone 5se, not the iPhone 6c as many had expected, which will apparently look a lot like the iPhone 6 but fit the dimensions of the three year-old iPhone 5. That iPhone is also expected to be revealed at the March event.
As for the iPad, Gurman offers no details about the device, but he does suggest the potential for an improved rear-facing camera for better flash in low-light situations and more speakers to match the four speaker grilles of the iPad Pro, which launched in October. This would be the first iPad since the iPad Pro to debut; we've heard nothing about an update to the iPad mini hardware.
At this event, Apple is also expected to offer new wristbands for the Apple Watch, including a black version of the Milanese loop (which leaked earlier this month), and more colors for the new line of high-end leather Hermes bands.
Check out 9to5Mac for the full report.