Looks like Apple may have one more new product up its sleeve as the company has informed its service providers in an internal memo that it has AppleCare-related changes planned for Tuesday, December 8 at 5:30 a.m. Pacific Time, MacRumors is reporting.
Citing a reliable source, the report notes that in its internal memo, the iPhone maker has advised technicians to prepare for new product SKUs, new/updated product descriptions, and new/updated product pricing.
In the past, Apple has issued similar memos ahead of several product announcements.
Shortly after announcing its iPhone 12 event this year, for example, Apple advised technicians to prepare for the same AppleCare-related changes, including new product SKUs, new/updated product descriptions, and price changes, on October 13 at approximately 10 a.m. Pacific Time, which is when the event began.
Reliable leaker “L0vetodream” had tweeted last month that there will be a “Christmas surprise from Apple,” although it remains unclear which product might be announced next week.
It is, however, being speculated by some that Apple might launch its long-rumoured ‘AirTag’ Bluetooth tracking device. I guess we’ll find out soon enough.