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Temas de interés These procedures are not always private, and they can give us clues about the next products we will see. Five new iPads and five new Macs have been registered with the Eurasian Economic Union and we may see them soon.
As Consomac has discovered, Apple has registered several new iPad and Mac models for distribution in the Eurasian market. The new Macs come with the codes A1931, A1932, A1988, A1989 and A1990. In addition, the new iPads are the models A1876, A2013, A1934, A1979 and A2014. A curiosity is the operating system with which they have registered, the iPad with iOS 11 and Mac with macOS High Sierra … Normally Apple registers them with the latest version, in this case Mojave macOS and iOS 12.
Some questions arise with these new records. Over the past few days we’ve seen some performance testing of potential new MacBook Pro. On the other hand, the iPad Pro didn’t get the upgrade at WWDC 2018 as expected. It would be logical to see these new products in the fall, but not registering with the latest version could indicate a minor update with internal changes for July . New CPU on MacBook Pro and more storage on iPad?
For a long time the Eurasian Economic Union has given us joy. For example, it got several MacBook Pro and iPad Pro right before WWDC 2017. Also the arrival of the iPad 2018 in March. And one of the most important releases was all the iPhone models and AirPods in 2016. But it also fails, for example, we still don’t have any clues about the next iPhone SE that Apple registered in April of this year. All things considered, is the only time it has not been successful .
Normally products that Apple registers with the EEC appear a month or two later . One possibility is that Apple has modified its registration flow to mislead you. Another option is that we’ll see an avalanche of minor hardware upgrades over the next few weeks.