Apple is set to hold its second annual event in California this year, with a lineup that is expected to be very familiar to anyone who has been following the company’s smartphone offerings over the last few years.
While the first event took place back in October, the second event is likely to be the first to take place on January 22.
While the two events are not related, both are expected to showcase new iPhone designs, and they are expected be followed by a hands-on demo of the iPhone X, expected to release sometime in March.
Apple is also expected to unveil its new iWatch on Thursday, but it’s unlikely to feature an OLED display.
The event will also include a special keynote by CEO Tim Cook, and Apple will have a limited number of limited edition “Special Edition” iPhones available for sale.
Apple has previously announced that the iPhone 9, iPhone X and iPhone X Plus will be available in two colors: white and silver.
Apple will also have limited edition iPad Air 2s available for purchase, and some of its flagship iPhones will be priced at a discounted price.
The iPhone X is expected on sale on February 25 for $799.99.
Apple is also set to unveil new iPad Pros later in the year.