Apple’s beta release of iOS 12.2 continues to deliver possible clues about the tech giant’s upcoming devices. A report by MacRumors cites a find by developer Steve Troughton-Smith that references four new iPad models and a new iPod model in the code of the iOS 12.2 developer beta.
All of the new iPads are listed as variants of “iPad11,” showing both Wi-Fi and cellular models of the same device. The new iPod in question is dubbed “iPod9,” a designation that hasn’t been assigned to any existing iPods.
While this doesn’t definitively signal new devices, it’s bolstered by a move from Apple. The company recently registered seven new iPad models with the Eurasian Economic Commission Database. Those filings don’t reveal much information about the unreleased devices, but they lend more credence to the possibility that Apple will release new tablets in the near future.