A new Apple entry in a Bluetooth organizational database looks certain to be a Mac, and may be the as-yet unannounced 15-inch MacBook Air.
Recent reports claim that a 15-inch — or 15.5-inch — MacBook Air has now entered mass production. Separately, a database held by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, which counts Apple as a "promoter" member, has added a new Mac listing.
It does not state that the device is a Mac, nor does it give any details beyond that it will feature Bluetooth 5.3. Reportedly until the device undergoes a Bluetooth Qualification Process, it will not appear in the database's publicly-available search results.
However, the listing filed on February 18, 2023, does reference a related "qualified design," which states that it is to do with macOS.
The new Bluetooth database listing was first spotted by MacRumors.
This Bluetooth Launch Studio appears to only rarely list specific Apple devices. A current search shows only 10 results, with the most recent following this one, dating back to 2019. So it isn't necessarily the same kind of early sign of a new MacBook Air that an entry in the EEC database might.