Apple’s 3 new Mac models spotted on the EEC website! It can be released on March 8…

Three Apple Mac PCs have reportedly been spotted on the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) website. One of the three models appears to be a laptop, suggesting either a new MacBook Pro or an improved MacBook Air. Apple is said to be releasing an updated version of the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, which will get the latest Apple M2 processor. At the same time, the MacBook Air will also come with the M2 processor. Let me tell you that older iPhone models as well as iPad models were supposedly detected on the EEC certification site.

According to a report by the French publication Consomac (via 9to5Mac), three Mac models with model numbers A2615, A2686, and A2681 have been spotted on the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) website. Regarding the A2681, it is believed that it will be a laptop. It could be the MacBook Pro or the updated MacBook Air that could be unveiled at the supposed launch event on March 8. Other than this, no other news related to these devices has been revealed.

The 9to5Mac report also reports that Apple products are typically detected in the Eurasian database 1-3 months before launch, indicating that new Macs could be both laptops and desktops.

As we mentioned, these Mac models have been spotted on the EEC website, about a month before iPhones and iPads were supposedly spotted on the website. Apple iPhone model numbers A2595, A2783 and A2784 were spotted on the website. On the other hand, speaking of iPad, the model numbers A2436, A2588, A2696, A2759, A2437, A2589, A2591, A2757, A2761, A2766 and A2777 were spotted on the website. The report also said that some iPad models were released last May. The Apple company will launch the budget-level iPhone SE 3 5G and the new iPad this year.

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