Apple seeks approval for nine new iPhone models as WWDC nears
Category: #tech  By Nikita Chaurasia  Date: 2020-06-16
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Apple seeks approval for nine new iPhone models as WWDC nears

American multinational technology giant Apple Inc. has reportedly registered for a new computer as well as nine different models for iPhones with Eurasian Economic Commission. According to reliable sources, the filings were first cited by gadget comparison and research site MySmartPrice.

As per industry experts, the new range of iPhones are predicted to feature model names such as iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone Pro 12, iPhone 12 Max, and the iPhone 12. Besides this, documents regarding the new Apple computer were also discovered, which were apparently associated with ARM-based Mac laptop. Apple’s new iPhone line up will reportedly feature OLED screens as well as 5G connectivity for all the models.

For the record, Apple and other tech companies are required to register details of their new lineup of products for approval for reasons including use of airwaves to transfer information and use of encryption methods for data security. The public versions of such filings are often limited for commercial purposes, however, sources claimed that the recent registrations by Apple are specifically for smartphones.

According to sources with the knowledge of the matter, the WWDC (Worldwide Developer’s Conference) is generally held in California in June and attracts large number of people interested in Apple’s upcoming products. However, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the WWDC will be conducted virtually this year. Experts further claim that although the products are not the primary focus at WWDC, Apple usually unveils one or two new products at the event.

Additionally, sources with credible information stated that moulds utilized by manufacturers to develop smartphone protective cases have been leaked and appear to confirm a design change in the new iPhones. Apple allegedly intends to use squared-off edges design in its new iPhone 12 models, which were used in iPhone 4, iPhone 5s, and iPad Pro.

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