Apple has two model identifiers for new iPads in the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) database, Apple Insider, deposited reported on Saturday, listed as A2200 and A2232. This is apparent from Apple's five previous entries in the database this year (A2197, A2228, A2068, A2198 and A2230).
Little is known about the new models listed in the documents, except that they ship with iPadOS 13. This indicates that the release is planned this year and that Apple plans to ramp up production for fall launches. Apple Insider speculated that the two recent applications are a 10.2-inch iPad, which is said to be offered as an upgrade to the 9.7-inch version for 329 US dollars. (It is possible that some of these additional 0.5 inches will be delivered in the form of scaled-down bezels rather than in the form of oversized dimensions.)
Apple Insider wrote:
Submissions to the EU are required by law Device with can be sold encryption elements in countries such as Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. They do not provide specific information, but show that something new is in progress.
A second application was simultaneously added to the EU but included existing Mac model numbers. This is probably required by law as it is likely that these models will be delivered to Catalina in the fall.
As Tom's hardware noted, Apple is also expected to introduce new versions of the iPad Pro, such as the launch of iPadOS earlier this year, a suitable timetable for an update is set. Apple has launched at least one new model of the iPad Pro since its launch in 2015, including the third generation released in October 2018. The iPad should also be reset because its processor is now three years old.