Apple could be gearing up to launch some new iPhones pretty soon.
French website Consomac.fr (Google Translate) discovered this morning a bunch of unreleased iPhone models listed in the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) database.
Published yesterday, these filings may be interpreted as a strong indication that the Cupertino technology giant is getting ready to launch several new iPhone models. It’s unclear if these unreleased devices are the rumored iPhone SE 2 models or just Apple’s annual updates to the existing iPhone lineup normally due in the fall.
The Russian-language document references unreleased handsets by their model identifiers: A1920, A1921, A1984, A2097, A2098, A2099, A2101, A2103, A2104, A2105 and A2106.
Consumer electronics products that use encryption must be listed in the EEC database.
Products that appear in this database are typically released in a month or two, meaning new Apple smartphones may be unveiled next month or at WWDC in June.
What do you make of this, boys and girls?
Do these unreleased handsets represent Apple’s 2018 iPhone family refresh due this fall or could they perhaps indicate a flurry of second-generation iPhone SE models?
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