New Macs will join iPhone SE 5G and iPad Air when Apple launches in March?

Apple is preparing to bring new Mac computers to its next March event, according to new regulatory documents.

With rumors that Apple is suggesting that Apple will hold a product launch on March 8, featuring the 5G iPhone SE and an all-new iPad Air model, it looks like the Mac will be joining the party as well.

Now it looks like at least one new Mac model will be on the way, judging by submissions to the Eurasian economic database spied on by French site Consomac (via 9to5Mac).

Model numbers A2615, A2686, and A2681 are listed as devices running macOS Monterrey, the latest version of Apple’s operating system.

Apple often registers them before launch, which is required by law in some territories, and Consomac has multiplied these releases over the years. Usually, listings appear in the Eurasian Database a month or two before their release date.

Unfortunately, but perhaps excitedly, it’s not too clear which Mac models are up for a refresh at the March event. Bloomberg savvy reporter Mark Gurman thinks there’s “at least one” new Mac planned to be showcased at the event.

It could be an updated version of the Mac mini, with high-end versions of Apple Silicon M1 processors, while an iMac Pro has also been mooted at some point in 2022. The long-awaited redesign of the MacBook Air is also expected, but not before the end of this year.

The event is also expected to see the launch of new iOS, iPadOS and macOS features which, among other things, add the long-awaited Universal Control and Face ID with a Mask functionality.

Apple has yet to confirm the March event, but there have been countless tips for the launch to be on the way, as has become the norm in recent years. What are you hoping to see unveiled at the spring launch? Let us know @trustedreviews on Twitter.

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