The Apple Logo
The Apple Inc. store is seen on the day of the new iPhone 7 smartphone launch in Los Angeles. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

Apple unveiled the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in September. If reports are to be believed, the company is planning to launch the Apple iMac 2016, Apple MacBook Pro 2016 and Apple MacBook Air 2016 in October itself though many tech enthusiasts feel it is very unlikely.

Apple is expected to hold a press event on Oct. 27 and instead of San Francisco, the company has chosen to hold the event near its Cupertino campus. Many believe that the event will be used to unleash Mac desktops and laptops, writes Forbes.

Numerous unconfirmed reports have been making rounds for quite some time speculating about the specs and features of the iMac 2016, MacBook Pro 2016 and MacBook Air 2016. The MacBook Pro is expected to be a high-end device boasting some top specs that will simply wow Apple fans.

The last thing fans want is a minor upgrade from its predecessor. A lot is being said about the supposed redesigned flatter keyboard that will have the highly-anticipated OLED touch panel instead of the physical buttons. The MacBook Pro 2016 is also rumoured to arrive with Touch ID support, writes The Bitbag.

The 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro 2016 may not feature HDMI, USB-A ports and microSD card slots. Instead, it is expected to be incorporated with USB Type-C ports, supporting Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.1.

The Apple iMac 2016 is yet another device that is expected to be unveiled during the event. Top rumoured specs include Intel Skylake processor, 5K Diplay, AMD RadeonRX GPU, USB-C ports and AR/VR support.

The 13-inch MacBook Air 2016 may also arrive with USB-C port and Thunderbolt 3. The 11-inch MacBook Air may be dropped entirely.

Samsung is also set to release an array of products and that includes the Samsung Chromebook Pro. It will clash head-to-head with MacBook Pro 2016.