Apple announced another launch event on Tuesday. The move comes about a month after its most recent event which announced new iPhones and Apple watches.

The “Unleashed” event is scheduled for Monday at 1 p.m ET and will be streamed from Apple Park. The stream can be watched at Apple.com.

There were questions in early September as to whether Apple would release a new MacBook or Air Pods. Since the first event left those two out, many expect that the next launch event will be releasing the newest versions.

Apple initially made the announcement through media invites. Apple’s senior vice president of marketing, Greg Joswiak, also tweeted the official “Unleashed” announcement video.

New MacBooks are expected to include chips that are made only by Apple. This would be its latest step toward having all models from original chips rather than Intel chips.

MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and iMac computers all use Apple chips but the MacPro desktop and larger MacBook Pro still do not have the upgrade.

A new version of AirPods would represent Apple's third generation of wireless earbuds. 

Apple uses a #AppleEvent "hashflag" on Twitter to hype up its latest event and to get more attention on social media. The "hashflags" are different symbols that have represented different Apple events and show up next to the hashtag when tweeted. 

This launch event is represented by a light blue to dark blue "hashflag."