Obviously means no 7DII coming soon.Or it means that the 7DII is going to be way more expensive ($2500) and they are going to keep the 7D in the product line.
SUPER happy with new firmware =D
+1 They are going to introduce a 7D2, probably about a grand below the 5D3 in price -> could also suggest that it may be APS-H with new 61-point AF as well as 1DX and 5D3, but still a crop sensor.
And like the retention of the 5D2, Canon will likely keep the 7D mk I as an entry-level sports/wildlife camera. In fact, if a new 7D2 had a 24MP APS-H with massively improved AF, a lot of current 7D owners wold buy the new model whilst simultaneously keeping their old 7D as both a backup + alternative crop (slightly longer reach) camera body.
Clearly Canon is looking to extend it's product line further, while introducing new higher priced models.