Apple usually launches new Apple Watch models in September. While that doesn't tell us too much about the new devices, it does suggest that they are on the way.
Rumours suggest that Apple is working on new Apple Watch models with larger screens, better health sensors, and longer battery life. Last year, Apple launched eight different Apple Watch Series 3 models, MacRumors reminds us, including two aluminum GPS-only versions and six LTE models that are available in three versions, including aluminum, stainless steel, and ceramic.
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Apple has started to file its new Apple Watch Series 4 models with the Eurasian Economic Commission. This probably means that we may be missing out on a couple of options, maybe even losing the GPS-only models.
The Eurasian filings basically confirm that Apple is planning to launch new Apple Watch models next month. The incoming software update brings a host of improvements including enhanced Siri features and new activity tracking smarts. We also see some images of what we might see soon thanks to Ben Geskin's Twitter account. We'd definitely like to see it though.
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What's surprising about Apple's filings is that we're only looking at six model numbers instead of the expected eight.
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