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Rumor has it that Apple is holding a mysterious "special event" next month where it is expected to showcase the hotly anticipated Apple Watch. Now, before you pull out your tents and decide to go camping at the stores, let us remind you that the event is yet to be officialy confirmed. The rumor is in accordance with the earlier ones that claimed that Apple was planning to launch the same right in time for Valentine's Day. The exact date and time will be confirmed if and when Apple decides to send out the press invites though sources tell us that it is scheduled for the 24th day of February. Now comes the interesting part as to what Apple has in store for us at the event. Sources claim that Apple will finally bring the Apple Watch out. It's also a possibility that Apple will show off many more features that it didn't tell us last September at the WWDC 2014. There are also chances that Apple will be lifting the wraps off a completely redesigned Macbook Air. Ever since the iconic "...one more thing" by Tim Cook, the Apple Watch has been the most sought out piece of technology in history. Apple has played all its cards perfectly. Make the consumers want what they haven't even had the chance to see let alone touch. The Apple Watch may arrive in late March or early April as previous rumors had claimed. But, people want it and they want it now. Apple is yet to announce the prices for all variants along with the prices for the beautifully crafted wristbands. The regional availability is also one of the main concerns, though we expect that the Apple Watch will be a US Exclusive for the first month. The main concern for Apple was the battery life. They were shady during the incredibly lengthy announcement but an Apple Spokesperson slipped out that it will probably need a nightly charge. The second announcement will be the unveiling of a fan-less 12-inch MacBook. Details are also sketchy on this one. Rumor has it that it will be a redesigned Macbook Air with Retina Display, but according to a recent report by 9to5Mac, the new Macbook may as well be Apple's first cheaper option. Sporting a new USB-C connector as the only I/O cum Power port, the new Macbook may be the best the thing to happen to Macbook since Macbook. Wait, that shit wasn't copyrighted, was it? Still, here are some amazing pictures (via 9to5Mac) of the radically redesigned Macbook.