The ads, now mostly removed from Google searches, appeared over the weekend, highlighted by , the website suggesting "thinner iMacs, redesigned polycarbonate MacBooks with thinner, sleeker enclosures, and speed-bumped Mac minis," could be revealed sooner than later, even as early as this month.
Italian, German, Austrian and Belgium Google searches also reportedly produced similar results.
The ads revealed a "faster and more affordable than ever," Mac mini "from only €499," a €100 saving on the current cheapest price.
Alongside the Mac mini, the white MacBook was listed as "thinner, lighter and stronger," according to some translations - "Dunner, lichter en krachtiger! Gratis bezorging. Bestel vandaag" on the Belgium version of Google - while the new iMac was described as "ultra thin," starting from €1099.
Last month AppleInsider that a new slimmer lighter entry-level white MacBook would also include Apple's "cutting-edge internal battery technology" with Cnet adding the addition of new much-improved batteries could give up to 10 hours of battery life from one charge.