Apple Files Nine Unreleased iPhone Models And New Mac In Eurasian Database

The Eurasian Economic Commission database today added nine unreleased iPhone models, as reported by MySmartPrice. This database has become a reliable source for what upcoming products Apple will release in a matter of weeks or months because the company must report on the encryption technologies the new products use before it can sell it in the region.

The new and unreleased iPhones all having the previously unknown model identifiers A2176, A2172, A2341, A2342, A2399, A2403, A2407, A2408, and the A2411.

It is rumored that all new iPhones this year will use OLED screens and be branded as the "iPhone 12," including a 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch models, and a 6.7-inch model.

If we had to guess, A2176 and A2172 are perhaps the two low-cost models, the other models are high-end iPhone 12. Anyhow, the listings suggest that they are running on iOS 13 instead of iOS 14.

Apple products generally appeared in the Eurasian Economic Commission database a few weeks to a few months before it went on to be officially available in retail stores for purchase.

In addition to the unreleased iPhone, Apple also registered a new Mac model, A2330, running macOS 10.15. This Mac is likely to be the new iMac, and Sonny Dickson just predicted that the new iMac will be released at Apple's virtual WWDC event that will be held on the 22nd of this month.

Dickson claims that the new iMac would look similar to the Pro Display XDR and will drop the Fusion Drive, rather, it will sport a smaller SSD with a larger traditional hard drive to level speed and capacity. Apple will also add a T2 security chip to the new iMac. Lastly, the leaker expects the new iMac will use the Navi-based AMD graphics card.

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