The iPads were numbered 11,1 to 11,4 with two being WiFi and the other two cellular units. The new iPod is labeled as "iPod9", a designation that hasn't been assigned to any existing iPods.
This discovery also just weeks after a Digitimes report claimed that Apple has contacted two suppliers to produce touchscreen panels for two new iPads: the iPad Mini 5 and a refreshed entry-level iPad.
While this isn't an official announcement, Apple recently registered seven new iPad models with the Eurasian Economic Commission Database; including models A2123, A2124, A2126, A2153, A2154, A2133, and A2152.
We recently heard that Apple would be launching a new iPod Touch, references to this device have been discovered with the model identifier 9,1, this is most likely the new iPod we heard about recently.
It is stated that none of these four iPads come with Apple's Face ID technology, which might mean that they will still retain the company's older Touch ID fingerprint sensor technology.
The news, which comes as a spotlight grows on Beijing's attempts to revive stalling growth, sent Apple shares tumbling in after-hours trade, hammered Asian suppliers and triggered a broader selloff in global markets. It isn't clear as to when the company will officially tease or launch these new products, but going by the tradition, Apple might give us a peek in the first few months of this year. The timing of the filing indicates that a launch could be coming soon.