Apple has filed several new Mac models with the Eurasian Economic Commission database. In the past, just a few months later, these registrations were a precursor to product announcements. As noted by MacRumors Apple's seven model numbers are referred to as "portable" computers. This means that they are MacBooks. These are A2141, A2147, A2158, A2159, A2179, A2182 and A2251.  That sounds like a lot of computers, especially considering that Apple has just updated its MacBook Pro line earlier this month. You can now purchase a 15-inch MacBook Pro with an 8-core Intel processor. However, the 1
Apple is working on a brand new 16-inch MacBook Pro with a redesigned design. However, a release for this product in 2019 may seem a little strange if Apple's other "pro" laptops continue to look the same for another year. Would not it make the most sense to update them all at once with a brand new design?
It would be nice if Apple made MacBooks with optional LTE connectivity for work on the move. the normal MacBook seems to be the best option. (Also for Apple's first Mac with an ARM chipset, this would be a great choice.) But I just came up with something to fill those seven model numbers. If more MacBook updates are scheduled for this year, they're expected to be announced in the fall.