Apple filed three new, never-before-seen Mac computers in the Eurasian Economic Database ahead of the company’s rumored spring event on or around March 8, as first spotted by Consumac.

The three new Macs, listed with model numbers A2615, A2686, and A2681, are all listed as running macOS Monterey, but no other details, including the specific model of the computers, are provided. Apple generally files new products in the database, as required by law, near a product launch. Last month, the company filed for what will likely be the next iPhone SE and next-generation iPad Air.

Apple is working on several new Mac computers coming out this year, and Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has suggested that the rumored spring event will include the launch of “at least one” new Mac. Apple is working on a larger iMac with Apple silicon to replace the 27-inch Intel-based ‌iMac‌ currently in the lineup. A new, completely redesigned MacBook Air is also in the works, as is a new Mac mini.

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