On 9 September Apple will hold their annual conference at the De Anza College campus in California – a location they've previously only used for huge announcements (Steve Jobs unveiled the first ever Mac there in 1984).
We already know that the iPhone 6 will be revealed, but a number of other new Apple products and re-designs have also been rumoured for some time.
Here’s what we know so far about the tech we're likely to see, from the iWatch to the Apple TV.
1 | The iPhone 6
The big announcement, and almost a certainty to be announced and released this week, the iPhone 6 will come in two different sizes and will be the first phone to feature un-scratchable screens.
2 | The iWatch
The first piece of wearable tech from Apple is rumoured to tie in with the company’s new health program and may bear similarities to Nike’s Fuelband.
3 | The 12.9-inch iPad
With iPhone screens increasing in size it seems like Apple are keen to make everything bigger, with a rumoured 12.9-inch iPad set to make its debut at the event.
4 | A Revamped Apple TV Box
Basically a system to allow you stream HD movies and shows on your TV, as well as playing music, and exploring content from other Apple devices on the big screen, rumour has it that Apple will debut a re-vamped version this week.
5 | The First Apple TV Set
Not content with producing a new Apple TV box, the tech company are said to be planning a whole television set to go with it. Rumours began around two years ago, with Apple CEO Tim Cook claiming, "When I go into my living room and turn on the TV, I feel like I have gone backwards in time by 20 to 30 years.”