Apple's next launch event will take place on 21 March in Cupertino, and the long-rumoured iPhone 5SE is expected to be the star of the show.
There's also expected to be a new iPad and refreshed Apple Watch models on offer, and there has been months of speculation surrounding Apple's rumoured smaller, cheaper iPhone.
We've rounded up five features you can expect from the incoming handset.
Apple's last 'mid-range' iPhone, the iPhone 5C, was encased in brightly coloured plastic, but the iPhone 5SE is expected to look more like the iPhone 5S.
It'll also have a bit of iPhone 6S about it, according to leaks showing that the iPhone 5SE will feature a curved glass front similar to that seen on Apple's latest smartphones. Apple's event invitation (above) also suggests that the handset will be available in the same colour options as the iPhone 6S.
Of course, the iPhone 5SE's standout feature will be a pint-sized 4in display, similar to that seen on the iPhone 5C before it. There's no word yet as to whether it will feature a boost in resolution, but speculation points to a "2.5D" display with curved edges that improves the tactile sensitivity of finger swipes. However, it apparently won't offer 3D Touch functionality.
Early rumours pointed to the iPhone 5SE having an A8 processor, but more recent leaks suggest that it will have the same A9 internals as the iPhone 6S.
This means, in theory, that the smartphone will support Apple's Live Photos feature, and should match the firm's flagship devices when it comes to overall performance.
The iPhone 5C had a fairly lacklustre 1,500mAh battery, but the iPhone 5SE will reportedly up the ante with a 1,715mAh unit.
Apple will never make a cheap smartphone, but the iPhone 5SE, much like the iPhone 5C, will be more affordable than its iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus siblings.
Prices for the iPhone 5SE will start at $450 for a 16GB model, the same as the iPhone 5, according to reports.
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