Apple Products Including New Ipads, MacBooks, and Peripherals Soon To Hit Market, Eurasian Economic Commission Certifies By Lester Mondragon | Jun 01, 2017 07:29 PM EDT In a publication of the Eurasian Economic Committee, the Russian regulatory body gave certifications to new Apple products that will soon be flooding the markets. Apple's regulatory filings to the body that certifies encrypted devices indicate of upcoming new models of Apple products that include Ipad models, MacBook upgrades, a wireless keyboard, and other peripherals. Among the Apple products, four new iOS 10 iPads with model numbers A1670, A1671, A1709, and A1701 were seen by French website Consomac; Mac laptops were also seen by 9to5 Mac with model ID numbers A1289, A1347, A1419, and A1481. The site is also speculating that A1670 and A1701 are WI-FI models while A1671 and A1709 have cellular radios. Models A1701 and A1709 are the new 10.5-inch iPads, adds 9to5 Mac. Rumor has it that the five new Macs with model id numbers A1289, A1418, A1347, A1419, and A1481 seems to be the 15-inch and 13-inch MacBook Pros with an updated 12-inch MacBook. There is also a potential of an upgraded MacBook Air. Confirmation of these Apple products is at Apple's WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) starting June 5 to 9, 2017 atSan Jose, California, reports Digital Trends. Before any Apple product is set on the market, the Cupertino-based company has to file for listings with the certifying body to follow regulations outlined by the Russian encryption registration laws. Release dates are not available yet and could hit the WWDC starting June 5 or any later date soon. Speculated peripherals of Apple products to be seen at the conference are the 32GB memory level up, a new motherboard to accommodate the DDR4 RAM indicating that the upgrade is not only involved to the processor. A next generation keyboard is expected to be launched, reports Apple Insider. With the Apple products and its peripheral upgrades will come the new iOS 11 and the MacOS 10.13, new models of Apple TVs with 4k support preferably models that can accommodate Amazon and Vudu videos. Bloomberg sites that Apple engineers are into a Siri-powered home audio system to stand against Google's Home and Amazon's Echo. The smart home speaker most likely will be supporting Apple's wireless Airplay Standard with Beats Technology, supports Homekit, with a touchscreen, and a modified Apple iOS variant.