A few days ago, In the Eurasian Economic Commission Database, four new iPad model and a potential 7th-gen iPod touch have been found in upcoming iOS 12.2, according to the MacRumors. Developer Steven Troughton-Smith has discovered references to four new iPad models ranging from iPad 11,1 to iPad 11,4, while looking through the code of iOS 12.2.
Two of the iPads are Wifi only and two of them are cellular, Troughton-Smith speculates that the iPad model numbers could be iPad mini devices which would suggest a new iPad mini 5 is in the works. According to Troughton-Smith, none of the iPads have Face ID technology, this is what we expect how should a new iPad mini is likely to be positioned as an affordable and lower-end device.
There is also a reference to “iPod 9,1,” which is not known to any existing iPod touch devices and suggesting it might a new next-generation model and it does not look like it has Touch ID or Face ID. The current sixth-generation iPod touch is “iPod 7,1,” for reference.
According to some previous speculations, which suggested that Apple might be working on a 7th-gen iPod touch, an iPad mini 5, and a new version of the lower-cost 9.7-inch iPad, which may actually be upgraded to 10 inches in its next iteration.
Earlier this week, Apple registered seven iPads with the Eurasian Economic Commission, in which some of those could be the four iPod models Troughton-Smith has discovered in iOS 12.2. Those model numbers included A2123, A2124, A2126, A2153, A2154, A2133, and A2152. There have been mixed reports about what people can expect from an iPad mini update.
Moreover, A case leak suggested that a vertical camera and quad speakers, but a photo of an unreleased iPad mini which could be the new iPad mini featured an older A9 processor and a design which is similar to the fourth-generation iPad mini.