Apple Registers Seven New MacBook Models In EEC Database
Earlier this month, American tech giant, Apple held the WWDC event where it unveiled the updated Mac Pro computer in addition to the latest software iterations for its electronic devices (1,2,). Intriguingly, the company has freshly registered seven unreleased Mac models in the Eurasian Economic Commission which point towards an upcoming launch. Besides the said devices, Apple in the month of May had launched the updated 15 inch MacBook Pro which can be configured with 8 core Intel i9 processors. EEC listings like these in the past have foreshadowed the release of new Apple products in numerous instances.
A few examples of EEC listing that have turned into actual commercially available products include multiple Mac, iPhone, iPad Pro and AirPod models. The filings are legally required for any encrypted electronic device which is sold in select countries including Russia.
According to the listing, the seven Mac models registered by Apple include A2141, A2147, A2158, A2159, A2179, A2182, and A2251 which are described as “Portable” computers that suggest new MacBook laptop computers. Reportedly, the new device lineup will be comprised of 12 inch MacBook, 13 inch MacBook Pro and also the MacBook Air.
Also, Apple is said to be working on a brand new 16 inch MacBook Pro with an overhauled design. However, the company is yet to provide any information about the launch or existence of the computing device. Adding further to the predictions and rumours, the company launch the upcoming models with optional LTE connectivity. This feature will make the MacBook a perfect companion for users who are always on the go and want a machine to tag along that has high speed internet connectivity.
To conclude, we will have to wait for Apple to reveal more details about the previously mentioned MacBook computers. As no other details about them are currently available except for the EEC listing.