Yes, it's likely that the next camera is launched T6i. I just hope it has the same sensor 70D.
Canon is shrewd when it comes to milking profits from sensors. Consider that the T5i/700D did not get the latest version of the 18 MP APS-C sensor. The T5i's sensor has Hybrid CMOS AF (same sensor as the T4i and the EOS M), whereas the sensor used in the SL1/100D and the EOS M2 has Hybrid CMOS II AF (where the phase AF area covers 80% of the frame vs. just the central portion). That allows Canon to release another T#i-series body with a 'new' (to the line) sensor (but not the 70D's sensor). Put Digic 6 in there, and they're good to go with the T6i/750D.
I was being factious because of my frustration with Canon. In truth I think 2014 will be a good year for new hardware. I know that Canon has cited the 5DIII as one of their current success stories so I don't expect much there. This might be the 1DX going to 24MP or it might finally be the first of the new sensors.
I'm probably wrong but I think that the Nikon 800e caught Canon flat footed. Their sensors ruled the roost for a long time and the 800 was the point where they knew their current sensors could not continue to compete with the Sony's. Perhaps they were working a new line for a while but the Nikon's with Sony sensors really got their attention. I'm sure that it takes years and years before a sensor goes from design to profitable production. Hopefully, Canon is near then end of that cycle and we will see some significant new sensor technology. Canon has made real improvements everywhere but in sensors. Fortunately, they have held their market share but that can't last forever. Sony probably has another generation in the pipeline already.