Apple Inc. (AAPL) is likely to be the talk of Wall Street and global stock markets in the week ahead. The tech giant is set to launch its highly anticipated new iPhone on its new campus in Cupertino, California on Tuesday. Judging by the various rumors circling the internet, the company will also use the occasion to make several other big announcements, which could influence its high-flying stock price.

Here’s a list detailing some of the most exciting things on the agenda for the September 12 event.

New Flagship Phone

Barely a week has passed this year without various rumors surfacing about Apple’s next generation flagship phone. Bloomberg reported the new high-end phone, which will be called the iPhone X, is expected to be of a similar size to the 4.7-inch iPhone, yet boast greater screen space thanks to an edge-to-edge display design. Apple’s first OLED display should ensure that the new phone consumes less power and is more pleasing to the eye.

Other features expected include infrared facial recognition and a thin, software bar in the place of the home button. A massive leak over the weekend indicates that consumers can also expect to see True Tone Display for white balancing and Portrait Lighting on the new phone. Investors will also be eager to discover how much these enhanced features will cost retailers. It is believed the starting price will be around $1,000. To make this price tag easier to stomach, Apple could throw in a charging pad or a year’s subscription to Apple Music, suggested Barclays in a note. (See also: Apple's New iPhone Could Face Supply Shortfalls After Launch - WSJ.)

Updated iPhones

Aside from unveiling its next flagship phone, Bloomberg reported Apple is poised to announce upgrades to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The new phones are expected to come with wireless charging and faster processors.

New Apple Watch

Apple has made no secret of its desire to reduce its reliance on iPhone sales and the company’s latest high profile event might just be an ideal occasion to discuss how it hopes to achieve that. At some point during the day, the tech giant is set to reveal a new version of its popular Apple Watch, according to multiple news reports. Perhaps the most exciting new feature due to appear on the watch is LTE cell service, which would give users the ability to make phone calls, send texts and stream music without connecting to an iPhone.

HomePod Details

The HomePod, Apple’s answer to Inc.'s (AMZN) Echo and Alphabet Inc.'s (GOOGL) Google Home, is also likely to come up. Apple teased consumers about its new device in June and could now offer some details on how it is likely to function. (See also: Investors, Grab The Huge Opportunity in Smart Home Stocks: Barclays.)

Best of the Rest

Other than that, investors can expect Apple to announce a release date for High Sierra, the company’s latest Mac software designed to make Safari faster and more secure, according to Wired. An iOS 11 release date should also be revealed, together with details about new augmented reality​ projects and a new version of Apple TV.

Apple is rumored to have put aside $1 billion to buy new content and recently bid for the James Bond franchise. Those ambitions to become a major player in the TV space has also led the company to invest in technology; the latest Apple TV is expected to support 4K and HDR content, reported Bloomberg

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