Apple has registered seven more MacBooks, a report says - CNET

Are you thinking about getting your hands on a new MacBook laptop? If you are, you might want to hold off on buying one just yet because according to a report from MacRumors, they have discovered what appear to be registrations made in Europe where it seems that Apple could have as many as seven new MacBooks in development.These models include the A2141, A2147, A2158, A2159, A2179, A2182, and A2251, all of which were registered with the Eurasian Economic Commission. Unfortunately, the model numbers don’t really tell us which MacBooks these are, but if we had to venture a guess, they probably consist of the 12-inch MacBook, the MacBook Air, and maybe even the rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro.As to why we might have left out the MacBook Pro from the list, this is because Apple had earlier this year refreshed the MacBook Pro which means that there is very little chance of the company refreshing it again so soon. Either way, we’ll definitely have to wait and see what Apple might have up their sleeves.The

Apple has registered seven more MacBooks, a report says - CNET

Apple has reportedly filed to register seven new portable computers on the Eurasian Economic Commission database.

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