There’s a new MacBook Pro, iPhone, and Apple Watch flood on the way

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There’s a new MacBook Pro, iPhone, and Apple Watch flood on the way

Leaks today suggest we’re close to seeing a replacement collection of products from Apple, including MacBook Pro, iPhone, and Apple Watch. the only major event is that the event that’ll have devices with the fewest major changes – the iPhone 13 event, likely able to appear in September of 2021. the remainder will likely appear at another event either in September or October of 2021.

Information revealed today comes partially from the Eurasian Economic Commission database. In listings that appeared within the ECC database, new iPhone models were registered quite recently, and a replacement pair of Mac computers and Apple Watch devices have also appeared.

Generally, Apple devices appear during this regulatory listing database before they’re officially revealed to the general public by Apple at a special event. During this case, ECC has codes that appear to correspond with 15 device models. That doesn’t mean we’ll see 15 individually named products, only that we’ve 15 products that are different enough from each other that they have different regulatory designations.

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For example, the iPhone, likely the iPhone 13 family of devices, appears listed with the ECC as A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643, and A2645. It’s expected that the device codes here correspond with four different named devices, two of which require different regulatory listings thanks to differing regional hardware (likely radio hardware supported carrier requirements). As noted by Nashville Chatter, the listings for these devices were first seen with iOS 14 software installed – now they’ve been updated with iOS 15.

The ECC has A2442 and A2485 listed by Apple, likely pointing to 2 new MacBook Pro models. Rumors suggest we’ll see two new MacBook Pro models revealed before the top of 2021, likely one with a 14-inch display, the opposite with a 16-inch display.

The final list of things includes A2473, A2474, A2475, A2476, A2477, and A2478. Each of those devices runs WatchOS 8, indicating they’re likely the newest round of Apple Watch devices, probably Apple Watch Series 7. It’s rumored we’ll see Apple Watch Series 7 revealed alongside iPhone 13 on occasion later this year.

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