Speaking to Business Insider, Munster claimed that the iPad mini with Retina Display will arrive in March, followed — somewhat strangely — by another updated version and another upgraded ‘new’ iPad in September.
The Piper Jaffray analyst added that Apple would likely introduce a new Apple TV box in March along with ‘some sort’ of iTunes radio product, with the iPhone 5S and the widely-anticipated Apple HD TV to market in September and November, respectively.
Munster also commented that iOS 7 and OSX will be previewed at Apple’s WWDC in June, with these designs to implement the first signs of Jonny Ive’s influence, who has effectively replaced Scott Forstall as head of software.
If Apple were to embark on such a gung-ho product strategy it would certainly differ from days gone by, with the company having traditionally launched just one iPad in March of the year.
That timeline did however change slightly last month when the firm surprised many by launching the upgraded 'new' iPad (fourth-generation).