Mountain of new Apple products leaked in software code, but are they real?
An Apple user claims to have found a hidden code that refers to almost every new Apple product, including the iPhone 14 and the upcoming Apple Watch.
Pierre Blazquez went on Twitter to reveal the findings of several new Apple products. According to Blazquez, these identifiers (which match what we normally expect to see from this type of thing) were found in a file “archived in a publicly available software package.” While they don’t include any details or information on what these devices may be capable of or any updates, we can at least use them to try to figure out what Apple has in store for the next few months.
It should be noted that Blazquez is not yet a filter with a history of accurate findings, and they have also been quite shy about where these details have been found, so their source may not be legitimate. That said, the product lines listed match other rumors and leaks we’ve heard from trusted outlets like Mark Gurman and Ming-Chi Kuo.
The first is the iPhone 14, Blazquez claims to have found references to four new models, probably the four expected versions of the new phone, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The last two key names given here exactly match the key names given by Mark Gurman in May, which could indicate that they are from the same source and are accurate (or have been copied).
Blazquez has also found six new iPad references, four “iPad 14” models and two “iPad 15” models. We’ve heard a lot about Apple’s plans to launch new iPad “Pro” models, as well as possibly a new tenth-generation iPad with USB-C and 5G. They are unlikely to be a new version of the recently updated iPad Air, nor do there appear to be enough models to denote a rumored new iPad Pro with M2.
Leaks too supposedly revealed nine different Apple Watch models. This aligns perfectly with the expected rumors that Apple will launch three new watches, Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE 2 and a new robust explorer model, each in three different sizes.
Blazquez also claims to have found a new HomePod that is rumored to be planned for Apple later this year, as well as three new M2-powered Macs. After reports, this is a reference to a new Mac Studio, Blazquez downplayed this hypothesis by saying “I said Mac based on M2, not Mac Studio.” Given that these are probably close-up products on hand and that the Mac studio is barely four months old, it’s more likely to be other rumored Mac M2 devices. This could be a new MacBook Pro M2, a new Mac Pro or, in fact, Mac mini upgrades, all of which were recently rumored by Mark Gurman.
As noted above, Blazquez has not provided much information about where this information comes from, unless it is “publicly available.” However, as noted, their informed findings coincide identically with a well-connected person and multiple leaks and rumors about the plans we believe Apple has for all of its major product lines.
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