Apple continues to be one of the most secretive companies in the technology industry, punishing any kind of information that employees have lost on the Internet. There are certain things he can not hide, such as registering new devices in the databases of public institutions, which happened again this month. Several new MacBook and iPad tablets have been listed in the Eurasia Economic Commission database, suggesting the launch of new products in the near future
This is not the first time the EEC database reveals new Apple products ahead of schedule, in 2016 here being the first time to find information about the iPhone 7, the Apple Watch Series 2 and the Apple Watch Series 1, as well as the AirPods wireless headphones, meanwhile one of the company's most successful products. Also, In 2017, the new Magic Keyboard models and new laptops and tablets were also listed here, and in February this year we were able to see information about the new generation of the sixth generation iPad
The models now listed are four Mac models with the A1931, A1932, A1988, A1989 and A1990 numbers, as well as five new iPad tablets with the A1876, A2013, A1934, A1979 and A2014 numbers. The only strange thing about this listing is the operating system listed for these devices, computers running MacOS High Sierra, and iOS 11 tablets. Since it should be new models, they should run at the factory macOS Mojave and iOS 12.
There are more rumors about new MacBooks, such as an inexpensive "Air" screen with a retina screen and an iPad with Face ID, thin margins around the display, and top-of-the-box screens. The latter was even half-confirmed by the beta version of iOS 12, which already has built-in True Depth camera features in a tablet-specific format
Most likely, however, it will take some time for us to find complete details on official ways about these devices. Apple launches iPhone phones in September, dedicating a separate event in October or November to new laptops and tablets, in order to be able to catch the holiday season at the end of the year (Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Winter Holidays) when most buy gifts.