More new iPad models filed in EEC database

Apple’s new iPad Pro hasn’t even reached customers yet…

What you need to know

  • New iPad models have been filed in the EEC database.
  • It could point to upcoming iPads that have not yet been announced.
  • It has previously been rumored that Apple is working on new lower-cost tablets including an iPad mini.

New filings in the EEC database lodged by Apple could indicate the company has more new iPad models beyond its 2021 iPad Pro in the pipeline, according to a new report.

From MySmartPrice:

Apple might launch more iPad models later this year. The company has registered a total of nine iPad models in the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC).
The EEC listing does not reveal much about the upcoming Apple products. It only reveals the model numbers of the models. These are A2568, A2569, A2589, A2604, A2377, A2378, A2567, A2588, A2602.

As per usual, absolutely no information about these upcoming products can be gleaned from the filings save their existence.

Rumors prior to the Apple April event suggested Apple was going to announce a new iPad Pro) as well as a new iPad mini and a new low-cost iPad.

Whilst the prediction of the latter two products turned out to be off, it could still indicate the company has new products in the pipeline. New iPad and iPad mini models were rumored by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo as early as last year.

Apple announced its new iPad Pro at the Spring Loaded Apple event, featuring the M1 Apple silicon chip as well as a brand new mini-LED display.

iPad Pro (2021)

$799 at Apple

The new iPad Pro is the first iPad to feature Apple’s M1 processor, the same chip that powers the Mac.

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