A new filing for an upcoming Apple MacBook has shown up on the Eurasian Economic Commission’s database. It is possible that the company will release a 13-inch MacBook Pro with the redesigned Magic Keyboard and scissor switches that arrived with the 16-inch MacBook Pro late last year.
Apple recently submitted a number of new filings to the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). The unreleased product that stands out is model A2289 and Apple detailed that it is a “portable personal computer” running macOS 10.15 in the document that was filed the day before Christmas.
Recently, back in July, Ming-Chi Kuo correctly predicted that the 16-inch would be the first of Apple’s notebooks to see the keyboard updated from the troubling butterfly design to the scissor-switch.
It’s not certain that model A2289 will be a 13-inch MacBook Pro but an Apple notebook with the new Magic Keyboard would make sense as would the 13-inch Pro (or its successor) being released following the 16-inch debut.
While a filing with the EEC usually means an impending release, they can often be a couple of months away. We’ll have to wait and see what Apple has planned for the next MacBook unveiling and if we’ll see it this spring.
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