Apple Registers Eleven New iPhone Models in Eurasian Database


Apple has registered eleven unreleased iPhone models in the Eurasian Economic Commission database this week, including models A2111, A2160, A2161, A2215, A2216, A2217, A2218, A2219, A2220, A2221, and A2223, according to the Indian blog MySmartPrice.

The filings are legally required for any encrypted devices sold in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia.


These models likely represent Apple’s refreshed iPhone line-up expected to debut in September 2019. Rumors suggest the successors of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR will again be 5.8 and 6.5-inch OLED iPhones along with a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, respectively.

Rumors suggest the 5.8 and 6.5-inch iPhone XS and XS Max successors will feature triple-lens cameras while the LCD iPhone will use a dual-lens camera setup.

Otherwise, the 2019 iPhone lineup is expected to look similar to the Apple’s current smartphones, but Apple may be planning to use a new frosted glass design for the back of the 5.8 and 6.5-inch devices. The 6.1-inch iPhone, meanwhile, could come in new lavender and green shades.

We don’t yet know what Apple will call the new iPhones, but iPhone XI or iPhone 11 are possibilities for the iPhone XS successors.

The EEC filings reveal all the new devices that have been added to the database run on iOS 12, although iOS 13 is likely to be available this fall as a free software update. Apple is expected to unveil all the new features coming with its updated mobile OS at WWDC in June.

Eurasian Economic Commission filings like these have foreshadowed the release of new Apple products on numerous occasions, including multiple iPad models, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 4, AirPods, the 2018 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, and several other devices.





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How to Cook Black Beans



If you grew up eating cooked black beans from a can, you may never have considered cooking dried black beans instead. They’re a great choice, though.


Dried beans are inexpensive and don’t come with all the salt that’s added to canned beans. Either way, black beans are high in fiber, contain no fat and are a great source of protein.

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You can add them to soups, salads, stews, chili or burritos. You can even make black bean brownies!


If you’re up for a few steps beyond opening a can, we’ll tell you how to cook black beans.

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To Soak or Not to Soak?


Most recipes call for soaking black beans (or any dried beans) before you cook them. Soaking beans softens them, allowing them to cook faster. Plus, it removes some of the sugars that are hard to digest and cause gas.


But you don’t have to soak the beans first if you don’t have time, or just plain forgot. In fact, some people prefer the texture, flavor and color of beans cooked without any soaking.

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How to Soak Black Beans


Rinse the black beans in a colander or fine-mesh strainer, looking for any small stones to remove.


You can use a long-soaking method or a quick soak.


For the long-soaking method, add the black beans to a pot with three cups of water for every cup of beans. Soak them for 8-12 hours, covered, at room temperature, then drain and rinse them in a colander.

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For the quick-soaking method, use five cups of water for each cup of beans. Add the water and beans to a pot, place over high heat on the stove and bring to a boil.


When the water is boiling, cover the pot, turn off the heat and remove the pot from the stove. Soak the beans for one hour, then drain and rinse them in a colander.

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How to Cook Black Beans


Once your black beans are soaked or simply rinsed, you have a few options for cooking them. You can make them on the stove, in a slow cooker or in a pressure cooker.


  • Stove: Place soaked beans in a pot and cover them with water so it reaches two inches above the beans. Heat on high until the pot comes to a boil.


Lower a bit and simmer the beans for 45 minutes to an hour, stirring occasionally and checking to make sure there is enough water in the pot. Drain the beans when they’re cooked.

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  • Slow Cooker: For slow cooker black beans, add your beans, spices, garlic and/or onions to the Crock-Pot, along with water or stock. You’ll need 3 ½-to-4 cups of liquid for a pound of beans. Cook on high for 3-4 hours, or on low for 7-8 hours, until the beans are as soft as you like them.

  • Pressure Cooker (Instant Pot): Use ¾ cup of water for every cup of dried beans you started with, even if you soaked them. If using soaked black beans, you can pressure cook them for just 4-6 minutes, then do a natural release.


If using unsoaked, dried beans, you’ll need to pressure cook them for 25 minutes before using a natural release. Follow your manufacturer’s instructions for your pressure cooker.

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How to Store Cooked Black Beans


Store cooked black beans in the refrigerator for up to five days. To freeze, portion out some cooled black beans in freezer-safe containers with enough cooking liquid to cover them. Freeze for up to three months.

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