Apple is to release a whole host of new products in the coming weeks, according to rumours.
The company will hold its fairly regular spring event this year and use it to introduce updates to the iPad Pro as well as new models of the iPhone, according to reports.
Though Apple hasn't yet announced that event – and there are only a few days left in spring – the company is still expected to unveil the new hardware in the coming weeks, and perhaps in early April, according to rumours.
The headline release is likely to be new versions of the iPad Pro, the larger version of which hasn't been updated since September 2015. Alongside updates to both the 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch versions of the tablet, it's expected to launch a 10.5-inch model that might also bring with it a new design and new features.
As well as the iPad Pro, Apple is expected to unveil a red version of its iPhone 7, however, it isn't expected to bring with it any major updates apart from the colour.
The iPhone 8 and 7s, which together will bring far more significant updates to the iPhone, are expected to be unveiled in September.
It's not clear where the company will hold the event. In recent years it has held those events on its campus, but it is currently in the middle of moving away from that Town Hall.
It said in its statement on the new version of that campus, the Apple Park, that its Steve Jobs Theater would be opening "later this year". That was presumed to mean later than April, but it's possible that the spring event could also serve as the reveal of that campus.