Russian certificate for new Macs

A few days before Apple’s special event, three new Macs appear on certificates in Eurasia

All of us who follow the news from the Apple world know that, on Thursday (10/27), the company will launch new Macs – the MacBook Pro being the big “star” of the event. Based on my statistics, this is already 99.7% certain. ?

But if you are one of those who only believes seeing, here is another strong indication that we will have at least three new notebooks being presented to the world. In Eurasia, as reported by the Consomac, today painted records of three new machines (A1706, A1707 and A1708) described as portable personal computers with macOS 10.12 installed – perhaps two new MacBooks Pro (13 ″ and 15 ″) and a new MacBook Air (13 ″) .

Russian certificate for new Macs

This same vehicle leaked the iPhone 7, Apple Watches Series 1/2 and AirPods about a week before Apple’s September event last month.

Such certificates (from the Eurasian Economic Commission) are mandatory for companies to launch new electronic products that use encryption technologies. The anticipation of these certificates can be a strong indication that the products presented at the event on Thursday will be made available for purchase shortly after the keynote (at least some of them since others, as we have seen, may only arrive in 2017).

Furthermore, the certificates do not contain any information about the products themselves, so we have no way of knowing any clues as to what Apple will release in a few days.

[via 9to5Mac]