Filings made with the Eurasian Economic Commission based in Russia are generally a good sign that a new release is imminent. While the filings generally don’t go into too much detail about the upcoming products, they are a good early warning sign that something is coming — which is the reason Apple is making headlines today, for the possible imminent release of a new 13-inch MacBook Pro. Apple’s filing, which was made a few days before Christmas, is for a yet-to-be-released Mac, described as a portable Mac that runs macOS Catalina. And it carries the model identifier of A2289 in the Eurasian Economic Commission database. One theory is that this refers to a 13-inch MacBook Pro that comes with the same Magic Keyboard with scissor switches that got a redesign last year and was included with the release of a 16-inch MacBook Pro. This would fit with a prediction from top Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo that the company would bring its new keyboard design with scissor switches to the 16-inch MacBook Pro which Apple unveiled late last year.