On scrumguides.org, the following is said about the result of a Sprint Review:
The result of the Sprint Review is a revised Product Backlog that defines the probable Product Backlog items for the next Sprint.
However, a Sprint Review is something you do at the end of a Sprint, meaning the next one is about to start and the top items of the Product Backlog should already be ready for that.
How does the revision of a Product Backlog during Sprint Review influence the next Sprint's Backlog? Are changes during Review typically used in last-minute changes to the next Sprint's Backlog? Do the Product Owner and Development Team both have a say in how the next Sprint is adjusted? Or should revisions to the Product Backlog typically not influence the next Sprint (but tops the one after that)?
I've tried answering my own question by carefully reading through aforementioned guide, and have checked similar questions and suggested duplicates on programmers.se, but haven't quite found an authorative answer.