Turn and move Apple registers new products at Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC, basically Anatel of Eursia). No idea what Eursia is? Well, Wikipedia explains:
Eursia is the mass that together forms Europe and Asia. It can be considered as a continent, or even a supercontinent composed of the European and Asian continents, separated by the Ural Mountains, located in Russia. Some countries like Russia and Turkey are on both continents.
Well, they painted new Apple product records this week this week, as reported by Consomac (Google translator). Just them:
- iPads: A1876, A2013, A1934, A1979 and A2014
- Macs: A1931, A1932, A1988, A1989 and A1990
Interestingly, according to records, such devices run iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra 10.13 respectively, which does not make much sense, as these products have everything to launch with iOS 12 and macOS Mojave 10.14. Or perhaps they will be launched before September / October, when the new systems are to be officially released to the general public.
While Eursia is a good source of leaks regarding Apple's new product releases (1, 2, and 3), we have already seen new records paint and absolutely nothing being released (as in the case of the April iPhones registrations. past).
It is possible that Apple has shifted its strategy slightly in relation to how it registers products in these regions so as not to make it easier to find new releases. Still, she is unlikely to go around recording things without them being real products, which are part of the plans. However, new iPads Pro (with Face ID) and new notebooks / desktops are expected soon, which reinforces the idea that we are facing more than plausible products.
What do we have left? Wait, as always