Apple Registers Six New Apple Watch Models via ECC – New Apple Watch Series 4 Lineup Incoming
This year could see the inception of re-designed wearables from Apple. The company registered six new Apple Watch models with the Eurasian Economic Commission today, with the devices reported to be unveiled alongside the new iPhone models next month.
Latest Apple Watch Filings Have Not Leaked the Hardware Specifications but Apple Watch Series 4 Are Going to Be Different
The models that Apple has registered with the EEC are A1977, A1978, A1975, A1976, A2007, and A2008 and these correspond with the Apple Watch Series 4 lineup, which will ship with watchOS 5 installed. Based on the filings, Apple is probably trimming down the lineup as the Apple Watch Series 3 consisted of eight model numbers. Unfortunately, the filings haven’t betrayed the specifications of the upcoming smartwatch and only state that these are personal wearable electronic devices.
Apple usually submits such filings a couple of weeks before the launch of the product so it is safe to say that the Apple Watch Series 4 models will be revealed next month. The tech giant usually launches two sizes per model, which means Apple will only launch three models in total. Even though the filings are no indication of the following, it is possible that Apple will do away with the expensive ceramic models.
The Apple Watch is due for a major upgrade this year because according to TF analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the chassis will be redesigned, resulting in larger displays and thinner bezels on both models. The newest editions will also offer better battery life and come with new health monitoring functions.
The displays will reportedly be 15 percent larger, measuring 1.57 and 1.78 inches diagonally. However, Apple will probably retain the 38mm and 42mm dimensions and trim the bezels to increase the display area without making the watches bigger physically.
Judging by past trends, Apple will probably schedule an event during the first or second week of September to unveil its newest products. Judging by what you have heard so far about the Apple Watch Series 4, do you think these will be worthy of a purchase? Tell us down in the comments.
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News Source: Consomac