Fans think Apple will unveil an “iPhone replacement” next week – and there’s a big clue as to why

In the days leading up to the unveiling of Apple’s next big product, there is speculation that the tech giant could unveil a new wearable that will steal the thunder from the iPhone.

By that we mean the long rumoured apple jar – and fans have collected clues that make it quite plausible.

Apple Glass has been rumored for a while


Apple Glass has been rumored for a while

Apple Glass isn’t expected to launch until next year, but the company might finally be ready to give us a first official look.

When real, the device looks and feels like any other pair of glasses, except that it uses augmented reality (AR) to project data and images onto the lens.

It could replace the need for an iPhone in the first place, or at least keep us from picking it up every 10 seconds.

Keen-eyed observers noticed a few clues in Apple’s recent event announcement that suggest an Apple Glass unveil could be on the cards for March 8th.

as TechRadar points out that a video teaser by the company’s global marketing chief, Greg Joswiak, may contain the answer.

In it we see a real stage from Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino with the iPhone maker’s iconic logo.

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However, the logo appears to be floating around the stage in slowly flashing neon colors, which is what you’d expect when wearing an AR headdress.

Elsewhere, Apple oddly decided to call the event a “Peek Performance.”

Apple would normally spell it as “Peak,” so the subtle change to “Peek” suggests we might be getting a quick glimpse of something entirely new.

When it happens, Apple Glass won’t be the only thing we’re expecting on launch day.

Especially a brand new one iPhone SE appears as Apple tries to attract more customers who want a budget-friendly smartphone.

We’re also expecting a more powerful iPad Air with a newer custom A-series chip.

And a newer Mac might show up, too.

A new iPhone will also appear


A new iPhone will also appear

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