Apple's event invitation made heavy use of the color gold, fueling speculation on social media that the company plans to launch a gold-colored successor to the iPhone X, which was only made available in silver and gray a year ago.
Apple's popular wearable could be in line for an update with a bigger screen, improved fitness tracking and improved speeds all possible.
Just moments after giving us a first look at the iPhone XS, 9to5Mac on Thursday shared the first images and details of the Apple Watch Series 4, which Apple will debut at its special event on September 12th.
This year looks set to be no different with plenty of speculation around a new Apple Watch, AirPods and iPad devices.
The leaked render above shows off what seems to be a new watch face that includes much more information than before, and Apple will likely update other watch faces to work better with the larger displays of the Apple Watch Series 4. Apple is gearing up for another press conference where it'll no doubt have a new iPhone model waiting. It's the same strategy used to sell the iPhone 5c, a repackaged version of the iPhone 5 that eschewed the latter's aluminum frame for a plastic one (and was discontinued after a year).
While the overall design of Apple's new iPhones may be similar to the iPhone X, the inclusion of a larger model with a 6.5-inch screen will be welcome for fans of the Plus-sized iPhone models. This new iPad Pro and the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro will reportedly have slimmed down bezels, but no notch.
Some rival smartphones, Samsung's Galaxy Note 9, make it easy to use accessories like a stylus with your smartphone.
Additionally, 48 percent of current iPhone owners intend to upgrade to a new iPhone.
Based on the invite that went out, it appears the iPhone will be the primary focus of the event.
Oh, and Apple will probably finally ship the AirPower wireless charger a year after it was announced.
Apple's clever 3D Touch feature has seen mixed success since its introduction in 2015 with the iPhone 6s.
You can see the invite image for yourself above. It also could stoke confusion among iPhone owners as to whether or not they have the feature on their device.