As first published by People on 9To5Mac, the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) has approved a ‘portable personal computer’. However, the device could not be elaborated, although the filing was submitted from Apple the day before Christmas and demonstrates that it bears the model number ‘A2289’ and runs macOS 10.15.
How will be the upcoming MacBook?
There was no concrete mention in the question about the device in the filing, but there is a good possibility that it could be Apple’s 4-inch MacBook Pro, it has been upgraded with the company’s new scissor-switch keyboard.
Although, we have seen the scissor-switch keyboard with 16-inch MacBook Pro, however, separated from that model, all other Apple note pads, including the 13-inch Pro model, still utilize the old, less reliable butterfly keyboard.
But, last year Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had shown that the updated scissor-switch keyboard would initially launch with the 16-inch Pro model and afterward move into the 13-inch MacBook Pro and Air in 2020. With the initial segment of that forecast previously gone true, So it hopes the new MacBook found in the filing to be the updated Pro or Air model.
When the new MacBook will launch
For the proper launch time, at the moment very few details yet EEC approval demonstrates an approaching discharge, some of the time when in a few months.
Earlier, the EEC filings WWDC released months before its launch in 2017, along with the 10.5-inch iPad, as well as the 9.7-inch iPad, before being officially released in March 2018.