Is this the date for the new iPhone release?

Apple CEO Tim Cook
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Spring is just around the corner — and that means it's time for a new iPhone, sources told technology blog 9to5 Mac.

Tuesday, March 15, is the slated date for Apple to unveil its latest wares, which could include an iPhone, iPad and new Apple Watch band options, sources told 9to5 Mac.

If confirmed, it would be the latest product launch event since September's unveiling of the iPhone 6S, a highly hyped affair that included the debut of the iPad Pro, new Apple TV, fresh Apple Watch features and a surprise device, the pencil.

Apple has thus far been mum about its next line of products. But a new 4-inch iPhone 5SE and iPad Air 3 could make their debut in March, according to 9to5 Mac's sources.

The new phone would include an improved camera, Apple Pay, a curved screen and more, while the iPad Air 3 could boast a rear flash and enhanced speakers, the report said. Apple Watches could see a greater selection of colored sport bands and perhaps even nylon bands, the blog said.

Apple declined to comment.

For more on the potential Apple launch event, see the full story at 9to5 Mac.