Apple’s WWDC is over and its hardware event where it will launch the iPhones is months away. According to a new report, Apple has filed several new Mac models with the Eurasian Economic Commission database. Based on the database multiple variants of the Mac will be launched in the future. In the past, we have seen that Apple usually announces its products a few months after filing them. This time as well, we could see the announcement of these newer versions of MacBook in the coming months, now that they have been filed.
According to MacRumors, seven models of the new MacBook have been listed on the EEC database – A2141, A2147, A2158, A2159, A2179, A2182, and A2251. These might be the newer models of Apple’s portable laptops, that the Cupertino based technology giant seems to be working on after refreshing its MacBook Pro line-up earlier this month.
Considering the fact that there are 7 new models lined up in the ECC database, we could see them as the refreshed versions of the 12-inch MacBook as well as the MacBook Air. There is also a chance that the company might refresh its 13-inch MacBook Pro without the touch bar.
Other than that, there is news that Apple is also working on a new 16-inch MacBook Pro model and it won’t be like the other MacBook in terms of design. It is also being speculated that the company will be launching this new model in the later months of 2019. However, this may be unlikely because Apple has recently launched a refreshed version of the MacBook Pro. The company may also announce the redesigned version of the MacBook at the launch event of Apple iPhone 11.
Lastly, if the ECC database listing is true, and if Apple is truly adding 7 new versions of its MacBook then we could see their launch sometimes in the later months of 2019. It would be interesting to see how all the seven models of MacBook differ from each other and what specifications they pack.
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