The Apple logo shines inside of an Apple Store in New York
The Apple logo shines inside of an Apple Store in New York July 19, 2010. REUTERS

Apple is all set to announce new devices on March 21. The rumor mill has been claiming that Apple will be unleashing a new 4-inch iPhone, a new iPad, a new edition of Apple Watch as well as a virtual reality headset.

The March 21 launch event will begin at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET) and it will be live streamed on iOS, Mac and Apple TV. Here is what Apple fans can expect from the March 21 launch event:

Apple iPhone SE

The Apple iPhone SE (Special Edition) will be a 4-inch iPhone that will be priced around $400 to $500. Its dimensions are expected to be almost same as iPhone 5S. In terms of appearance, it is rumored to look like the iPhone 6S.

The iPhone SE will be housing a 4-inch display. It will be featuring Apple A9 chipset and 1 GB of RAM. It will be equipped with an 8-megapixel iSight camera with dual-LED flash and 1.3-megapixel frontal camera.

9.7-inch iPad Pro

The new tablet that Apple is expected to unleash will be a successor model of iPad Air 2 from 2014. It is speculated to come with internal specs of 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Hence, the rumor mill has been calling it with different names such as iPad Air 3, 9.7-inch iPad Pro and iPad Pro Mini.

It will be coming with a 9.7-inch display that and the device will be powered by Apple A9X chipset and 4 GB of RAM. It will be coming with other features like LED flash for rear camera and quad speakers.

Apple Watch 2

Even though the rumor mill is not expecting Apple to unveil a second generation model for Apple Watch, there is a possibility that the Cupertino company may introduce Apple Watch 2 on March 21, Phone Arena reported. It may showcase the new smartwatch at the upcoming unveil event but launch it later through September even this year.

Apple VR Headset

Speculations are rife that Apple is working on a VR (virtual reality) headset. The company is said to have already built in-house prototypes of its VR headset. The VR headset patent that Apple had filed in 2008 was granted in 2014. The patent application has revealed that in order to use the VR headset, users will have to insert the iPhone into it.