Apple Watch 7 and new Mac upgrades are revealed in regulatory filings before launch
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Regulatory filings have revealed a number of new Apple devices, including the Apple Watch Series 7 and two new MacBook Pro models. This is ahead of the official unveiling. These listings indicate that we may see a launch within the next few days.
Cupertino plans to launch new products soon, according to Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). What can we expect from Cupertino?
MacBook Pro models faster
There are 19 new Mac model entries in the database. 17 of these are directly related to current Apple products. These models have been re-listed using macOS 12 Monterey, a new operating system — in preparation for its rollout this autumn.
These entries relate to Apple brand laptop personal computer models A2442 or A2485. These are the MacBook Pro Pro upgrades that we have been anticipating for a while.
Expect the refreshed machines to have new designs with bigger displays and faster “M1X” processors. These new models will be available in the same size as the MacBook Pro 13-inch and are expected to replace the 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Apple Watch Series 7
Six new listings have been added to the EEC database for previously unidentified “personal wearable electronic gadgets” of Apple. These devices have model numbers A2474, B2475, A2475 and A2476.
These entries are likely to be different models of Apple Watch Series 7, which will launch alongside the iPhone 13. These entries confirm that they run watchOS 8, which is also due to debut in the fall.
According to reports, the wearable will have a larger battery than previous models. This is likely because the integrated S7 processor will take less space. This would allow for a larger battery. According to reports, the smartwatch will see a new design and be available in a variety of colours. The latest report states that, contrary to earlier reports, the Apple Watch Series 7 won’t include new sensors. Instead, we will see the 2022 model.
Apple Watch Series 7 could bring an improved watch face display, Ultra Wideband functionality — the same tracking tech found in AirTag — and new health tracking capabilities. It could also sport a new design,all in recently reporting.
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