MacRumours are today reporting that the OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 beta, which was seeded to developers on Wednesday, leaks some references to three new models in the code, that may be unveiled during Apple’s WWDC event.
The code was revealed by a member of the Hackintosh community known as Piker Alpha, who found that the code revealed new model numbers for the iMac, starting at 15, the numbers don’t provide any actual information for the iMacs, but given that the current iMac model numbers are 14.1 and 14.2, its possible that these new models might feature some pretty big features.
Here’s the leaked code, which were found as plist files for power management
“Mac-81E3E92DD6088272.plist / iMac15,1 (IGPU only)
Mac-42FD25EABCABB274.plist / iMac15,n (IGPU/GFX0/Apple display with id 0xAE03)
Mac-FA842E06C61E91C5.plist / iMac15,n (IGPU/GFX0/Apple display with id 0xAE03)”
This particular leak has some weight as Apple has since abruptly pulled the 10.9.4 beta from both the Mac App Store and the Developer Center.
It would also not be unusual for Apple to release new iMacs during the event, as it is normally the event that Apple unveil new desktops at. Ming-Chi Kuo, a renowned analyst at KGI Securities also claimed recently that Apple may soon launch a “low-priced” version of the iMac, which could link to one of the three leaked model numbers.
As of yet nothing official has been revealed, but we do expect that a lot of developer minded stuff will be revealed during the event, such as new versions of Mac OS X, and iOS, and maybe even new versions of the iMac, iPhone and maybe even a hint at the iWatch, although the latter is the most unlikely.