Apple is set to make a big announcement at a Chicago school Tuesday, but what they plan to say remained a mystery Monday.
Speculation is on the rise, with rumors of a potential new Apple Pencil or iPad in the works.
Business Insider noted the "calligraphic style" of the company's invitation to the event could be a hint at a new pencil. But Bloomberg Technology reported the company has been developing a new iBooks application in an effort to revamp its strategy for electronic books. Still, the company last year released cheaper iPads, aiming to make them easier to sell in bulk to schools, and Bloomberg Technology speculates that line could be getting an upgrade at the Chicago event.
The announcement is set to be made Tuesday morning at Lane Tech College Prep High School, with Apple CEO Tim Cook expected to attend.
Apple typically announces new products at its campus in California, but has previously made education-focused announcements at schools before.
In its invitation, Apple invites guests to "take a field trip."
"Join us to hear creative new ideas for teachers and students," the invite read.
Following the announcement, apple is slated to hold an "exclusive Teacher Tuesday" at the company's flagship Michigan Avenue store.