An online database that contains a huge list of devices for sale in different territories reportedly has five iPadOS-powered Apple devices that haven’t been announced yet. What is the Cupertino tech giant up to?

According to Indian tech site MySmartPrice, two newly discovered filings with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) mentions five Apple “tablet computers” that are powered by “iPadOS software version 13.” These devices, with model numbers A2068, A2198, A2230, A2197 and A2228 were registered on July 2, and the registration validity lasts until June 28, 2021.

What is Apple planning to do?

Apple hasn’t announced what these model numbers pertain to, or what kind of iPadOS-powered devices these could be. These devices, then, could very well be anything leakers and reports speculate.

According to MySmartPrice, these devices could be a follow up to the models that were launched earlier this year, specifically the 2019 iPad Air and 2019 iPad Mini. Or, it is possible that they could be totally different models altogether.

Months ago, a tipster named CoinX tweeted that Apple is working on a 10.2-inch iPad 7 and a new non-Pro iPad that has a 10.5-inch display. While the tipster didn’t add any other details about the devices, the tipster indicated that these will be released “not at the same time.” Some doubted the leak’s accuracy, but given the tipster’s earlier predictions, it appears that there’s some weight to this leak.

A report from South Korea’s UDN (via MySmartPrice) also cited rumors of a 10.5-inch iPad in the works. This rumored model, which is believed to go in production later this month, could be launched ahead of the holiday season this year.

A report from Chinese publication Economic Daily News also said a new iPad will be mass-produced this month. Whether this iPad model is the same one mentioned in the UDN report remains to be seen.

IHS Markit’s Associate Director for Consumer Electronics, Jeff Lin, on the other hand, said Apple might “follow [a] similar Microsoft concept” and release a foldable device that runs on iPadOS. Whether this device is included in the listing or not remains to be seen as well.

Apple ipad rumor A leak suggests another "new" iPad could be on the way. A woman uses her Ipad for a Facetime conversation on Jan. 29, 2019 in Rome. Photo: VINCENZO PINTO/Getty Images