A new clue has emerged to substantiate the rumor that Apple will release ain the near future, but it's a cumbersome one, so bear with us. I promise, this will all make sense.
Apple recently registered several unpublished iPhone model numbers with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), a Russian regulator.
As known on the French website Consomac, the model numbers are A1
But before you celebrate the thought of 11 new iPhones, keep in mind that Apple sometimes uses different model numbers for the same type of iPhone. For example, thecarries the model numbers A1865, A1901, and A1902, depending on the iPhone carrier and / or the country in which it is sold. So while the submission suggests one or more new iPhones, these numbers are not valid. Do not tell us how many new phones we'll end up with.
However, there is a chance that at least some of these model numbers could be rumors.which is overdue for an update. As iPhones become larger and potentially more expensive
Apple released the originalreleased in March 2016 and then released again with more memory a year later. But other than that, there were no major upgrades for the iPhone SE line. The iPhone SE differs from other iPhones by its small 4-inch size and lower price – it starts at $ 349 in the US, 349 in the UK and 549 Australian AU $.
This is not the only time that we are being alerted to a new Apple product through an EEC archive. Last year, an application for new MacBooks appeared in May. A few weeks later, Appleat WWDC 2017. Also issued in February were regulatory EEC applications for the new 9.7-inch iPad
Through this timeline, we were able to see the new iPhone models or possibly the iPhone SE 2 in the coming months. This would coincide withwhich begins . Or we could see the new iPhones version out of the blue again and again.
Apple did not respond to a request for a comment.