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Apple registers new iPad models and “re-registers” iPhones models in Eurasia

Although the Apple may have changed your new product registration scheme at Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC, Anatel of Eursia), the data from the regulatory agency usually provide indications of the steps that Ma is taking in relation to its upcoming launches. However, now the situation has become even more curious.

At the beginning of the month, the Cupertino giant registered five new Mac models (which were unveiled yesterday) and five new iPads at EEC factory-configured devices with macOS High Sierra 10.13 and iOS 11, respectively.

Now the French website Consomac indicated that Apple has registered a batch of iPhones, marked with the codes A1920, A1921, A1984, A2097, A2098, A2099, A2101, A2103, A2104, A2105 and A2106. Interestingly, the codes represent the same models registered by Ma in the Eursia database last April, but with a difference: now, these devices indicate that I will leave the factory with the iOS 12 installed.

Even though it is not possible to state categorically which models the codes correspond to, we can observe that they follow a sequence of three for each series: A19, A20 and A21. Putting the dots together, it's not crazy to say that they can indicate the next line of iPhones, according to rumors, expected in the second half of this year, one with a 6.1-inch LCD display and two with a 5.8 and 6 OLED display. , 5 inches.

In addition, Ma registered two new iPads, in addition to the five others already released at the beginning of the month, the new models are identified as A1895 and A1980. These two new registered models, like the previous ones, run iOS 11 from the factory. This could mean two things: either Apple launching new iPads before the release of iOS 12 to the general public (which should occur by the end of September) or the company updating these records to indicate the presence of native iOS 12 on these future devices .

It remains for us to wait and see what really comes next.

via 9to5Mac