EEC Filing Suggests 14-Inch MacBook Pro Is Coming Soon

Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro

Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro

Apple released the 16-inch MacBook Pro with a new Magic keyboard, thinner bezels and specifications improvements, however a 13-inch MacBook Pro was noticeably missing from the November 2019 release. If you have been looking forward to the release of a redesigned 13 or possibly 14-inch MacBook Pro, then you are going to like this news.

According to a new filing on the Eurasian Economic Commissions (EEC) database, Apple is planning to release a new MacBook, which is most likely going to be be 14-inch MacBook Pro. This new filing was made on 24th December, 2019, along with a number of other filings that Apple has made to Eurasian Economic Commission. Along with all other filings only product that has a new model number and has yet to be announced is the new MacBook speculates 9to5Mac.

Apple has mentioned the model A2289 in its filing and has described it as a macOS 10.15 powered portable personal computer further hinting towards the new 13/14-inch MacBook Pro’s release.

This is not the first time we are hearing Apple’s plans of releasing a 13-inch MacBook Pro with the new Magic keyboard with Scissor switch keyboard. Previously well known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also predicted that Apple will finally bring the new and improved keyboard to 13-inch MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air in 2020.

An EEC filing does not mean the product’s release is imminent as Apple could take a few months to release a product that it has registered with EEC. However rumors suggest the device will become available in Spring 2020.

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