Mystery MacBook spilled in new filing ahead of release

Apple has submitted an application for approval for a new MacBook before the official debut. A registration in the program of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) of the database reveals a model number of “A2289”. His description confirms that it is a Mac laptop.

Is this the new 13-inch MacBook Pro we’ve been waiting for?

Apple last year renewed the MacBook Pro to introduce a net improvement of Magic Keyboard, better cooling and more powerful internal components. But if you want all that, you have to buy the rather nasty 16-inch model today.

The same 13-inch MacBook Pro is expected to be introduced early this year. And it seems that Apple could take steps to get approval for the machine prior to the official debut in the coming months.

Apple opens the way to a new MacBook

A new EEG application reveals an unannounced MacBook, powered by macOS Catalina, which is likely to appear soon. Unfortunately the down payment is not to give us all the details and juicy, so we are currently in doubt.

It is certainly possible that this is a new MacBook Pro. Apple will probably not make us wait too long for a more portable model with the latest technology. But it can also be a freshening up for the MacBook Air, which was last updated six months ago.

Apple has also submitted a request for approval of its next rack-mounted Mac Pro, model A2304. It is always “fast”, according to the Apple website.

Prepare your wallet

These types of archives of course do not confirm much – and this is certainly not a guarantee for the future. But new Apple products regularly appear in the EWC database, shortly before they made their official debut.

The EEC has already spilled innovations to AirPods, Apple, iPhone, iPad and more. Apple’s latest iPhone series, complete with model numbers, was unveiled last May – four months before the inauguration.

Through: MacRumors

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