Source: Yrving Torrealba
AppleInsider conducted a list of products that Cupertino is expected to unveil this year, and among them are the iPhone 6, iWatch and iTV.
The next Apple smartphone is expected to bring a larger screen measuring between 4.5 and 5.5 inches.
A next-generation A-series processor and curved glass displays are also among the rumored features of the handset.
Regarding the iWatch, most analysts believe the highly-anticipated wristwatch will bring touchscreen technology similar to the one on the latest iPod nano.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also speculates that the watch will come with advanced biometric capabilities.
The iWatch is expected to be launched in the latter half of 2014.
In terms of the iTV, the site writes that Apple is more likely to release a set-top box that is mostly similar to the current Apple TV.
Last year the company purchase PrimeSense, an Israeli company specializing in 3D-sensor technology, that collaborated with Microsoft on the development of the Kinect sensor for the Xbox console.
The acquisition sparked rumors that Apple might be planning to integrate a similar technology into its rumored television set.
However, according to an industry analyst, Cupertino is more likely to drop its plans for an TV in 2014 in favor of the iWatch.
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