The tech world has already been prepared for the upcoming iPhone 11 and iPhone XR2 with their controversial design changes. Forbes brings interesting news and reveals that Apple has suddenly confirmed all three of its new iPhone models.
The online publication reports that 9to5Mac first spotted the news.
New iPhone models, confirmed
Apple has just publicly filed model numbers for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone XR2 in the Eurasian database which, just in case you don’t know, is an official regulatory body.
“The model numbers are: A2111, A2160, A2161, A2215, A2216, A2217, A2218, A2219, A2220, A2221 and A2223 and there identify two clear product lines: the A21 and A22,” Forbes notes.
It seems that the A21 line-up comes in three variants and this will be the new iPhone XR which will ship in three storage sizes and will use a slower Intel modem.
On the other hand, the A22 line-up will include the iPhone 11 and 11 Max and each of their three sizes regarding the storage besides two more model numbers which Forbes believes are referring to different component suppliers.
Eurasian database is an official regulatory body, so it cannot be wrong
The online publication reminds readers that Apple did the same last year with various component suppliers worldwide.
“How do we know the model numbers aren’t simply registrations for the recently released 2019 iPad Air and iPad mini 5?” Forbes inquires.
Gordon Kelly writes that Apple had registered the devices in the Eurasian database back in January, which was just two months before their launch, which took place in March.
More than that, another sign is the fact that the numbers are following the format that the tech giant has previously registered in the Eurasian database for the iPhone XS and the iPhone XR.
It is also important to mention the fact that Eurasian database is an official regulatory body and it’s never wrong, Forbes concludes.
After finishing Theatrical Journalism at the Faculty of Theatre and Television in Cluj-Napoca, Rada reviewed movies, books, theatre pieces and she also wrote articles from the IT niche as a content editor for software producers. At the moment, she is working with various online advertising firms.