Three Macs Registered In Eurasian Database

Three Macs Registered In Eurasian Database

February 15, 2022 Off By editor

If the rumors are to be believed, Apple will be hosting an event in March in which the company is expected to take the wraps off a bunch of new Mac computers. Given that it has been more than a year since the company refreshed its MacBook Air and Mac mini lineup, there is a good chance we could see these computers in March.

In fact, as if to corroborate those rumors, it appears that three new Mac computers have been registered with the Eurasian database, according to a report from Consomac. The model numbers that were registered are A2615, A2686, and A2681, and it has also been indicated that at least one of them is a laptop.

At the moment it is unclear what these devices are, but like we said, the MacBook Air and Mac mini have not been refreshed for over a year so there is a good chance they could account for at least two of the models. As for the third model, there have also been rumors that a cheaper MacBook Pro could be in the works.

Seeing as the base 13-inch MacBook Pro was part of the initial M1 wave of laptops, we suppose this makes sense. Either way, it remains to be seen if the March 8 spring event date holds true, so until then, take it with a grain of salt.

Three Macs Registered In Eurasian Database

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