New Macs have been filed by Apple ahead of the rumored Spring event on March 8. Three Mac products including one MacBook were filed and noticed by French outlet Consomac.
The Cupertino-based giant has filed three unreleased Mac machines in the Eurasian Economic Commission’s (EEC) database that lists the model numbers of A2615, A2686, and A2681. The three products are also shown to be all running macOS Monterey with no more specific details.
The first two numbers are likely to be desktop computers while the latter one could be a laptop. Apple is legally required to file devices ahead of their launch, and the EEC filings will cover the company’s debuts of numerous devices in countries like Russia, Belarus, Armenia, and Kazakhstan.
Next month, Apple is expected to hold a Spring event on March 8 where the company will unveil and launch the iPhone SE 3, iPad Air 5, and an entry-level MacBook Pro powered by the rumored M2 chip.
Earlier this month, the upcoming iPhone and iPad were reportedly imported to India for internal testing ahead of their supposed debut.
Another Mac product that could launch this spring is a revived iMac Pro with Apple Silicon, though it could not make it until this summer. The desktop machine might feature a fourth variant of the M1 chip, a bigger 27-inch display, mini-LED backlight, 120Hz ProMotion technology, more ports like HDMI; SD Card; Thunderbolt 4, and the potential for Face ID.
Earlier this year, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman noted that Apple is “readying the widest array of new hardware products in its history this fall”.