Apple is reportedly set to unveil its revamped MacBook Pro laptops in late October, while the much-anticipated new Mac Pro desktops will make an appearance in November.
French website MacGo.co claims the new Mac Pro desktop, which shows an intriguing design, will release on 17 November. This device was officially announced by the company during the WWDC in June.
The new Mac Pro packs Ivy Bridge E Xeon Processors, dual AMD FirePro graphics chips and the fast PCI Express-based flash storage, reported MacRumors.
Meanwhile, the tech giant has now sent out invitations for its 22 October event and rumour has it that the company is all set to reveal its new version of 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display during the event. The new MacBook will hit the markets by the end of October or beginning of November, reported Apple Insider.
The new line of laptops is expected to boast improved battery life, as they are speculated to carry Intel's power efficient Haswell processors, along with the powerful "Iris" integrated graphics chipset.
Other features which the upcoming laptop is likely to carry, are the faster PCI Express-based flash storage, as well as faster 802.11ac "Gigabit" WiFi.
Along with the MacBook Pro, Apple's much awaited iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 are also expected to make their debut during the event. The next generation iPad is expected to feature a thinner design and the new iPad Mini is set to sport a high resolution Retina display.
Apple's much awaited OS X Mavericks, introduced during WWDC 2013, is also expected to make an appearance during the event.
MacGo.co has also speculated that the Cupertino-based company would place the new devices for sale later that week on 24 or 25 October. The tech giant yet is yet to confirm the rumours.