The Russian regulatory agency has certified at least three new Apple devices under model numbers A1993, A2115, and A2116, all of which are believed to be of the widely rumoured “low-cost” MacBooks.
“The A1993, A2115, and A2116 models all run on MacOS 10.14 Mojave. However, there is still a small chance that at least the A1993 could be an iPad model and not a Mac. The EEC has wrongly reported the software information of certified Apple devices in the past, so we will not be surprised if the A1993 turns out to be the new iPad Pro 2018.”
Reports so far have suggested that Apple’s cheaper 13-inch MacBook will feature a Retina display, have support for Touch ID, a new Intel CPU, and will sport slimmer bezels as compared to the current generation models.
Veteran Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that Apple’s low-cost notebooks releasing this year will be priced lower than the MacBook Air. The analyst further believes that Apple will debut a new 12-inch MacBook and an updated Mac Mini at the forthcoming special event, alongside two new USB-C equipped iPad Pro models.