Apple’s rumored March event will likely be focused on the new iPhone SE, but there are good indications that we’ll also see some new Macs in March as well.
According to regulatory filings in the Eurasian Economic Database, spotted by Consomac (via MacRumors), Apple has three new Macs in the works. All three models, filed under model numbers A2615, A2686, and A2681, are listed as running macOS Monterey, but there’s no info about their specs.
The only other thing we know is that one of these is listed as a portable computer, while the other two are unclassified, meaning they’re probably desktop computers. Our best guess for what these could be is as follows: New MacBook Air, new Mac mini, and new iMac, all three running Apple’s new M1 Pro or M1 Max processors.
A filing in the EED isn’t a guarantee that new devices are coming, but it makes it quite likely. Apple is widely rumored to be readying for an event on March 8, where it will probably launch the new iPhone SE, alongside a new iPad Air.
A recent report from Bloomberg also said that Apple is working on at least one new Mac model, though it couldn’t say whether it will be launched alongside the iPhone SE in March.