Apple Registered Two New iPads In The Eurasia Database; 10.2-Inch Models Expected

Earlier this month, Apple registered five new iPads in the Eurasia Economic Commission Database. Today, according to MySmartPrice, the company has registered two new models, A2200 and A2232. The ones registered at the beginning of this month are A2197, A2228, A2068, A2198, and A2230.

All the new iPads that Apple has registered are running iPadOS 13, which means the new device will be released this fall, either it could launch alongside the new iPhones in September, or it could be released addition to new Mac models in October since Apple introduced its 2018 iPad Pro models in the month. The two models registered are probably the 10.2-inch versions, but other details are uncertain.

For devices that rely on encryption technology, they must be registered and supervised by the Eurasian Economic Commission. In the last few year, media outlets have using this database to discover Apple's upcoming devices, it has confirmed the release of new MacBook models, iPhones, and iPads.

Meanwhile, Apple also registered several Mac products, which could be indicative of the future release of the iMac lineup, consider that they are pre-installed with the new macOS 10.15 update, we should expect the Macs by the end of the year, when Apple rumored to launch its highest-end 16-inch MacBook Pro models.

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