The tech giant Apple will presumably change the design of the Apple Watch Series 4 since the same form has had been retained when the first model got launched three years ago. The key specification seems to be the display of this wearable, which is an upgraded version.
According to Pocket-lint, Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI securities analyst, had already issued the latest report on the wearable having a 15 percent larger display. He said this when the newest iPad with the 9.7-inch display was unveiled. This most popular iPad is also currently available to schools at the price of $299. In terms of specification, new iPad comes with a Touch ID button, an 8-megapixel camera, and Apple Pencil support – including the new versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
The health monitoring capabilities of the Apple Watch 4 will also be improved. The battery life will now be longer compared to the current Apple Watch Series 3, which was introduced last autumn with a critical hit and was sold quite well. The sales of the wearable around last Christmas and in that quarter were the best ever for the company’s Apple Watch lineup.
The release date of the Apple Watch Series 4 will probably either late September or early October this year. This device might be announced together with the iPhone X Plus, also called simply as iPhone X2 or iPhone 11, which is expected to come in 5.8- and 65-inch sizes.
Some software updates are reported to be announced in early June during the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2018 event. The new software watchOS 5 will likely be for the upcoming wearable device. The fixed software update iOS 12, codenamed “Peace,” will also be updated. A hardware product like the smart home speaker HomePod will also be showcased.