Tuesday is shaping up to be the biggest day for Apple in years.
Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, is under intense pressure. Although the company’s stock has hit record highs recently, Apple hasn’t come up with a new product category since Steve Jobs, the man who brought us the iPod, iPad and iPhone, died nearly three years ago.
Investors hope that will change on Tuesday, when Apple is expected not only to announce two versions of a new, larger iPhone, but also to unveil a wearable watch-like device.
The only hint Apple has actually given about what’s in store this week is an invitation emblazoned with the cryptic phrase “wish we could say more” — but thanks to leaks and lots of speculation, the rumor mill is abuzz.