A new Apple Watch and a new four-inch iPhone might be just around the corner

Yet Final, Apple To Reveal Watch 2 At March Event.

A new Apple Watch and a new four-inch iPhone might be just around the corner.
Apple is reportedly planning a March 2016 event where it will unveil a second-generation Apple Watch and potentially a smaller iPhone
, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman. The report says that the new Apple Watch could ship in April 2016, just one year after the first-generation Watch went on sale.
Gurman, who accurately reported in January that Apple would release its ultra-thin MacBook at its March 2015 event, cites sources with "knowledge of the plans."
It was previously reported that the next Apple Watch will receive a notable Wi-Fi upgrade and possibly a FaceTime camera. New health-tracking capability via bands equipped with sensors is also a possible upgrade. 
Since the Watch first shipped in April, Apple updated the cosmetics and software of the Watch, but no hardware improvements have been offered. 
The possibility of a four-inch iPhone was first reported by KGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who, like Gurman, is considered a reliable source for Apple scoops. The smaller iPhone would pack the same A9 chip as the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus in a smaller, metal body. Currently, the only four-inch iPhone Apple offers is the iPhone 5S.
Reportedly, the iPhone "6C" would have the same front and rear cameras as the 5S, but would receive Apple's mobile payments platform, Apple Pay.
Gurman says the second-generation Watch will definitely bow at the March 2016 event, though the four-inch iPhone is only a possibility.
With any Apple rumor, skepticism is required, but Gurman has a proven track record, so don't write this one off.