The invitation for Apple's event said, "Hey Siri, give us a Hint."
Nice try. Despite CEO Tim Cook's pledge in 2012 to "double down on secrecy," the details of the upcoming product announcements have been steadily leaking out of Cupertino, California.
Thanks largely to the Apple-focused blog 9to5Mac.com, we have more than just a hint of what's to come when Cook and his team take the stage Wednesday at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
The iPhone 6s will look much like its predecessor announced a year ago. Analysts expect an upgraded camera and more powerful processor.
Perhaps the biggest advancement will be the integration of Force Touch, which goes beyond the typical touch screen by determining how much pressure is being applied. The Apple Watch and new MacBooks already include Force Touch.
The iPhone 6s Plus will see the same upgrades but for the larger 5.5-inch screen.