Apple registered several new filings with the Eurasian Economic Commission today, as spotted by MacRumors. One of these filings outlines that Apple are working on a new MacBook, although it does not specify if it is a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro. The filing, with a model identifier A2289, describes a personal portable computer that is running macOS 10.15 Catalina and is made by Apple.
Unfortunately, the EEC is not the best for getting information regarding new products, but it does provide some light on what Apple may be releasing in the coming months. At the moment, it is unknown what MacBook this could be, and the listing provides no more information aside from it being a laptop.
Recent rumours and reports have suggested that, following the launch of the 16” MacBook Pro with the scissor-mechanism keyboard, Apple would be returning to the 13” MacBook Pro line and upgrading those computers with the new keyboard mechanism, some newer processors, and perhaps even a bigger display.
At the moment, this is purely speculation, however, it does give us an insight into what Apple may be launching within the coming months.
The filings with the EEC are legally required to sell technological products with encryption, such as the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac etc, in Russia and other countries.