Apple has recently enrolled an aggregate of seven new devices with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), proposing new items are headed. The devices bear the model numbers A2141, A2147, A2158, A2159, A2179, A2182, and A2251, as per MacRumors.
Other than being assigned ‘convenient’ devices — in all likelihood MacBooks of some structure — there are not many pieces of information with regards to the character of the devices. Be that as it may, with a few different MacBook reaches flying around, in addition to bits of gossip in abundance of unreleased models, that doesn’t restrict it down a ton.
Things being what they are, we should hypothesize a bit, will we?
Might be the return of the Macbook
The main probability is that these are for the most part new MacBook Pro models. The Pro as of now just comes in two hues — space dark and silver — so it’s conceivable that Apple could add a gold colorway to align the Pro with the MacBook Air’s shading choices. Include 13-inch and 15-inch sizes in those three hues and you have six of the seven model numbers.
The issue with this hypothesis is that Apple has just barely invigorated the MacBook Pro. At the point when Apple registers devices with the EEC, it perpetually implies a discharge date is only half a month away. If Apple were to discharge updated MacBook Pro models so not long after the last invigorate, that’d make a ton of individuals extremely irate. With the ninth gen Core i9 previously being used, it’s difficult to envision how Apple could push any further as far as execution.
Along these lines, we can limit that thought. Shouldn’t something be said about another 12-inch MacBook? This hasn’t been updated since 2017 and, much more terrible, its undercarriage remains precisely equivalent to when it appeared in 2015. There’s no Touch ID button, the original Butterfly console is demonstrating its age, and there’s only one USB-C port. It’s past time we got a revive.
This hypothesis isn’t without its issues, however. There are seven spaces to fill in this puzzle lineup. Three of those could be taken up by 12-inch MacBooks (in space dark, silver and gold), yet that leaves four spots to fill, and we can’t consider anything that’d fit that.
The other plausibility is that Apple will include another (presumably bigger) size of MacBook, yet doing that would nullify the purpose of this machine, which is intended to belittle and light. Apple has just killed the 11-inch MacBook Air, so we can’t see it including a model much littler than the 12-inch MacBook.
Or an Ice Lake MacBook Air?
What we believe is a more probable competitor is the MacBook Air. It was totally upgraded a year ago, so after one year would be a decent time to change the specs a bit. With Intel’s Ice Lake chips due out not long from now, we could see some of them make it into another bunch of MacBook Airs. That would take up six of the seven spots: Two base setups in three hues each.
All in all, shouldn’t something be said about the staying model number? We have a sneaking doubt it could be the 16-inch MacBook device that has been doing the rounds in the talking plant. Solid examiner Ming Chi-Kuo anticipated a 31.6-inch 6K show and 16-inch MacBook Pro for 2019; he’s as of now got one right and has a fantastic reputation, so don’t be astonished if he nails it once more. The truth will surface eventually, obviously, however when Ming Chi-Kuo predicts something, individuals pay heed. A workstation-class MacBook Pro would be a decent follow-up to the Mac Pro, however, it would need to stand separate from the remainder of the Pro line to separate itself.
Notwithstanding what they update, if any arrangement of these MacBooks is gotten ready for in the not so distant future, 2019 might conceivably finish up being one of the greatest years for the Mac in late memory.