What we learnt today...

Discussion in 'Mac mini' started by madmin, Oct 24, 2018.

  1. madmin macrumors regular

    Jun 14, 2012
    The mac model numbers Apple recently registered in the eurasian db are:

    A1347 macmini x 4
    A1418 21" iMac x 4
    A1419 27" iMac x 4
    A1481 nMP (trashcan) x 4
    A1862 iMac Pro x 4
    A1993 **new** with MBP numbering
    A2115 **new** starting with A2 is new
    A2116 **new** starting with A2 is new
    A1466 MB Air x 2
    A1534 MacBook x 3
    A1708 13" MBP (no-touchbar) x 2
    A1932 **new** with MBP numbering
    A1989 13" MBP touch x 2
    A1990 15" MBP touch x 3

    So all 10 existing mac lineup model numbers and 4 new ones. Of the 4 new model numbers, 2 appear to be laptops. The other two, A2115 and A2116 represent the first models to break into A2*. These could be anything and are perhaps closely related ?

    It's hard to guess what's coming for the macmini. Could be a simple spec bump in the same design, could be nothing at all. Perhaps the new A2115/6 represents a new modular headless desktop with one covering the promised top end mini and the other a new macPro. Apple could continue selling the old 2014 mini alongside for the cheaper market.

    The other new laptop sounding model numbers could be the Air and/or Macbook replacements. Hard to imagine them replacing the MBPs already, although I wouldn't put it past them.

    So what do you folks make of these model numbers, does my guesswork work for you ? Would Apple register all these models if some were soon to be ended ?
  2. Boyd01 macrumors 601


    Feb 21, 2012
    New Jersey Pine Barrens
    Not much. But we will know exactly what's happening in less than a week, so I am happy to just wait. :)
  3. getrealbro macrumors 6502

    Sep 25, 2015
    madmin: Thanks for doing the homework linking the 10 current model numbers to products. It will be interesting to see what the 4 new models turn out to be — particularly the two models that begin with A2.

  4. spacebro Suspended

    Oct 1, 2015
    These mystery part numbers are for A12X iOS Mac minis and A12X iOS MacBooks.

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