If the T5i and 100B are all they have up their sleeves that would be pretty disappointing.
I'm not giving up hope though, it's not over until the announcements are made.
Given the recent trends and stated aims, it seems that Canon's current strategy is not to make super duper sensors, what they're doing is making larger sensors more economical. It's seems like a good strategy if your new tech is developing a little slow. APS-C is moving into high end compact territory, and with the 6D they have an economical full frame.
My next thought, continuing along those lines, is that since the 1DX now effectively does everything the 1D4 did, only in full frame, and non-sports shooters can get the 5D3 for a more upscale full frame, what do you do with the APS-H line? I think it would make sense from Canon's point of view to put that in the 7D2. You get something worse than the 1Dx but decisively better than what people already have, and it still just uses existing technology. It also makes sense in the naming scheme. 7D is already in the premium line, and APS-H would be suiting.
That does leave the 70D (the new upscale APS-C) in a bit of a sticky situation (why get one of those over a 7D?), but it's effectively the same situation as the 5D2 and 6D, so I don't think it's a move Canon would be opposed to making.