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Want to know what Apple is going to launch this fall? You could head to Asia and scour the production lines and supply chains for intel. Or you could look at the Eurasian Economic Commission databases where a handful of unreleased Apple Macs and Apple Watches just made their unofficial debut.
There are a handful of new model identifiers, none of which we have seen previously. These include six unique Apple Watch identifiers and two new Macs.
There also were updated filings for the new iPhone models that are likely Apple’s rumored iPhone 13. The original iPhone filings listed iOS 14 as the running operating system, but the update now states that the devices are running iOS 15.
As reported by MacRumors, the Apple Watch identifiers include A2473, A2474, A2475, A2476, A2477, and A2478, all running watchOS 8. These devices likely represent the different cellular and Wi-Fi-only variations of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7.
Unlike the Series 6, which offered only a slight improvement over the Series 5, Apple may overhaul the Apple Watch this fall. Rumors hint the Series 7 could include a boxy design, new display technology, and the small but powerful S7 chipset.
The two Mac models may be the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros that are rumored to be launching sometime this fall. The new MacBook Pro models likely will be equipped with Apple’s second-generation M1X or M2 chipset and a new design that is a throwback to previous Mac models.
The next-generation MacBook Pros may also include an SD card slot, an HDMI slot, and a MagSafe charger.
Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 13 and new Watch models this fall during the company’s annual September event. The MacBook Pro models may debut later this fall, either in September or at a separate press event in October.