Oct 07, 2016 12:52 PM EDT

Newest Apple MacBook Pro and New Improved MacBook Air Expected to be released this October

Shout out to all Apple fans. Another video recently released - not the viral "apple-pineapple-pen," expects MacBook Pro and Air to be out in the market this month.

According to CNet's Apple Byte segment with Brian Tong, this modified and highly-anticipated release will probably materialize on Oct. 24. Die hard Apple device enthusiasts will be thrilled with this month's Apple surprises as other gadgets will also be rolled out just in time for the holiday season.

However, because of this California-based campus' "awesomeness," fans should brace themselves for the rumored release of 13-inch MacBook Air, iMac with 5K display, and MacBook Pro 2016, HNGN reported.

There have also been numerous clues and leaks pointing to an OLED touchscreen panel of the new MacBook that will replace the keyboard's function keys. Apple savvy fans are to find out soon, and if this is indeed true, that would be pretty much amazing.

But not only that, rumors are also circulating about the Touch ID-equipped MacBook Pro 2016 that will allow Apple Pay to come along with the new MacOS Sierra, which was previously been confirmed.

Based on  Forbes, "the tech giant may be planning to reveal some of the new Mac products imminently" said IHS Markit Technology's tablet and PC director Rhoda Alexander in an interview.

Apple, Inc. is an American technology conglomerate based in Cupertino, California. It mainly designs, creates, and improves consumer electronics, software and mobile devices. Popularly known as Apple, this company is prominent for the creation of MacBooks, iPhones, iPads, iPod, and many more. Its online services include iTunes Store, iOS App Store, iCloud, and Mac App Store.

The worldwide company was founded by the late Steve Jobs, colleagues Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in April 1976 primarily to develop and sell personal computers. It was known as Apple Computer, Inc. in January 1977, and was renamed as Apple Inc. in January 2007 to symbolize its shifted focus toward consumer electronics.

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