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Thursday, 22 February 2018

Apple could present its highly anticipated new iPad in March

New data suggests that Apple is planning to introduce a new iPad in March, even before the WWDC conference in 2018 . The company of the bitten apple has registered new tablets in its forms of the Eurasian Economic Commission whose meetings take place this week.

The data indicates that Apple will renew and update their tablets because they have filled out some applications that are legally required for the sale of encrypted devices in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia.

 In fact, this is a very important information because in other years the apple company also complied with these requests and a little later new devices were introduced.

Inquiring about what iPad models Apple would present in March ...

Analyzing in depth the information presented by Apple in the forms for the Eurasian Economy Commission, we can see how two of the included tablets have the model numbers A1893 and A1954. But these codes do not correspond with any current device iPad mini, iPad Air or iPad Pro . Moreover, these types of codes starting with "AA" or "CC" usually belong to new devices or in testing phase.

Rumors indicate that Apple could be planning to drastically change the design of their iPads , presenting tablets with much narrower side bezels and removing the start button. It has also been speculated that the new iPad will have Face ID .

All the data leads us to believe that Apple is preparing to launch a 9.7-inch iPad . But there are also many possibilities for the company to introduce a second generation iPhone SE in the coming months.

The forms presented by Apple in the Eurasian Economy Commission during previous years revealed the launch of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the iPhone 7, the iPhone 7 Plus, the Apple Watch Series 2, the MacBook Pro and even the AirPods . So it seems that Apple will introduce new products in March for the fourth year in a row.

Source | Macrumors 

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