A new Canon DSLR, the 70D has been announced and various stores are already accepting pre-orders. Around $1200 or $1300 for the body.
It's an APS-C model, meaning it's sensor is smaller than full frame, and with 20.3 MP, it has slightly more pixels than the 7D model.
It takes the same battery as the 7D, which is nice, but doesn't accept CF memory cards, which is not so nice.
The major innovation in this model lies in Live View focusing. It uses "Dual Pixel CMOS AF", which seems oriented towards video use. Every pixel is split into two photo diodes, meaning over 40 million photo diodes on the sensor. So for those who like to take videos of birds, this is a major upgrade.
For still photographers, probably not.
It has WiFi connectivity, but not GPS. Digic 5+ processor and 7 fps speed. ISO up to 12,800 before a push setting of 25,600.
Still awaiting the 7D II, which hopefully will have GPS and can use the same battery and memory cards as the current model.