Apple will kick off its "Hey, Siri" soon, where we are expected to see the iPhone 6s, and it just wouldn't be an Apple event day without one last batch of rumors. To start, the base model of Apple's new large tablet, the iPad Pro, will reportedly have 32GB of storage, rather than 64GB, as previously reported, and start at $799. There are also apparently 64GB and 128GB models as well.
Turning to the main event, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are said to feature always-on voice detection for Siri. From 9to5Mac:
Besides a new Rose Gold color option, 4K video recording, 12 megapixel camera, 3D Touch screen based on the Force Touch technology, faster A9 chip, and more efficient wireless system, the new iPhones will have another much requested feature, according to sources: always-on "Hey Siri." This will allow a user to activate Siri with just their voice by saying "Hey Siri." Unlike with the current and past iPhone models, the device will not need to be plugged into power for this feature to work.
Apple is also said to be planning to unveil new Apple Watch bands, as well as new gold models. Gold is likely a new color option for both the Sport and stainless steel watch models, though its possible the the Apple Watch Edition gets some new bands of its own. Apple has reportedly been working with fashion brands on new bands, and possibly new features, but those are apparently not guaranteed for Apple's event.
We'll get a look at everything that Apple has to announce in just a few hours now. iMore will be at the event to bring you the latest on Apple's new products.