New MacBook, iPad and Apple Magic Keyboard declassified a week before the official presentation
A week before WWDC on the website of the Eurasian economic Commission has information on new Apple devices. The products in question have been certified in Russia.
Apple usually uses WWDC to announce updates to operating systems for existing products, giving developers the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the changes and to integration with third party devices, services and applications. However, this year, as expected, the Cupertino-based company will also announce hardware upgrades.
The unified register of notifications of the characteristics of encryption (cryptographic) means and products containing them, includes information on four new iPad models under code numbers A1670, A1671, A1701, A1709. Under them, believed to be hiding out two new tablet in two versions – with Wi-Fi and LTE support.
According to 9to5Mac, room A1701 and A1709 belong to the new 10.5-inch iPad with the “frameless” screen. What will be the second model while it is impossible to say.
Also in the registry there is evidence of the production of five new models of MacBook under code numbers A1289, A1347, A1418, A1419 and A1481. It is expected that next week Apple will introduce the new model 12-inch MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.
New MacBook Pro receive the next-generation processor Intel Kaby Lake. 12-inch MacBook will also be endowed with a more powerful Intel chip and 13-inch MacBook Air will get a new processor. The updates will affect only the hardware part of the laptop — their appearance will remain the same.
Also at WWDC may represent a new keyboard. On the website of the Eurasian economic Commission referred to “wireless input device” from Apple. Code number A1843 indicates a modification of the current version of Magic Keyboard.
WWDC 2017 will be held from 5 to 9 June 2017 in San Jose. It is expected that there will be presented 11 iOS, macOS, 10.13, and the new version of watchOS and tvOS. The last time the conference was held in this Californian city in 2002.