Anticipating Apple’s announcement Wednesday

Apple has an interesting way to announce events. When we first heard about this month’s press event, the company sent out this announcement: Hey Siri, give us a hint"

When I asked, Siri said, "You’ll have to wait until September 9th. I’ll bet you were one of those kids who snuck downstairs to open presents early, right?"

If things go as they’ve always gone, we’ll see a new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. Insiders say they’ll look the same, but perhaps will be made of a stronger aluminum and have a new rose color

We expect the cameras to be upgraded with over three times more megapixels. Some Mac insiders suggest we might be able to take panoramic selfies.

The biggest change, if true, is being able to shoot ultra-high definition video, otherwise known as 4K. 

We believe Apple TV will get a major overhaul. It’s about time. Word is Apple TV will catch up to Roku and Chromecast and Amazon’s Fire TV. it’ll be easier to use and will allow Siri to control everything with our voice.

We’ll likely see a new iPad, maybe called iPad Pro. It’ll be bigger than other iPads and come with a stylus. Insiders say we should expect a new and improved iPad mini. 

Apple doesn’t give any hints about what’s to come. It never has, and never will.

And even though we’re led to ask Siri for a hint, we won’t get one until they’re ready.

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