The Eurasian database has resurrected recently. Once again, before Apple's October 30 event, the Eurasian Economic Competition database has listed filings for new Mac models running MacOS 10.14. Four of these model identifiers apply for non-notified machines. As shown by Consomac, the A1932 laptop model was seen in a previous archive.
The three new Mac models are likely to relate to new versions of the Mac Mini and iMac. We expect a significant specific update to the Mac Mini, which has not seen any attention for 1469 days, and at least the processor is encountering the rest of the Mac line.
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Ming -Chi Kuo reiterated his belief in what he expected from the October event. He anticipates minor updates to the MacBook, iMac, Mac Mini with minimal external chassis design and a brand new Apple portable portable model, which probably replaces MacBook Air.
The new cheap laptop is still enveloped in the mystery of rumor mill split on exactly what the product looks like and how much it will cost. Regardless, we expect a 13-inch Retina display in a design similar to the current 12-inch MacBook, but probably not as rakhum thin or small for cost reasons.
Mac updates are very welcome of course, but Star of the show is expected to be iPad updates. The 9.7-inch iPad was updated early in the spring, so this event is centered on modernizing iPad Pro. The Pro Series comes in 11-inch and 12.9-inch screen sizes in all new designs, with slim touches, no home button and face ID.
The tablets will not have a notch, instead, the embolos will only be thick enough to incorporate Face ID TrueDepth camera system. This still represents a dramatic shrinkage of the edges in relation to today's models, dramatically increasing display-to-body relationship on iPads. The smart connector appears to have been moved on the back of the device, and we think the flashport has been replaced by a USB-C port, and it may be a new magnetic attachment for holding Apple pencil. Kuo even increased the possibility of a smaller iPad mini update that will be launched soon.
The Eurasian archiving describes the new desktop Macs as "Apple Personal Computers" running MacOS 10.14, with model identifiers A1993, A2115 and A2116. 9to5Mac will of course get full coverage of all announcements on the event next week, so stay up to date for all the news.
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