Apple had filed for a “B2002” personal computer in the Bluetooth product database, as spotted by MyHealthyApple, reports MacRumors:
The product is filed under the “personal computer” category, which Apple has used for previous Mac and iPad listings in the database, so it is hard to pinpoint the listing to a specific product at this time. The listing could simply end up being for the new iPad Air unveiled last month, but it could also be for the first Apple Silicon Mac or something else.
Again, it’s unclear as to what this Bluetooth filing is referring to. Let’s hope it’s for that promised first Apple Silicon Mac coming later this year, that everybody is highly anticipating. I’m going to start collecting empties now on recycling day.
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