Apple Watch Series 4 Will Have Bigger Screen and User-Friendly Design - Latest Specs, Pricing, and Release Date Detailed
The leaks about Apple products are becoming accurate. Many are afraid that these might subside, especially now that well-known tipster and analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently left KGI Securities to tie up TF International Securities.
According to Forbes, Kuo just shared a note to guide us about the future plans of investors. He emphasized the upcoming Apple products for the rest of this year as well as the possible releases. These products are new iPads with Face ID technology, a new Apple Watch, and the new three iPhones.
The next Apple Watch will be called Apple Watch Series 4 and is likely to be the first Watch with striking design compared to other Watches in the market. It will have a rectangle shape with rounded corners instead of the usual circular display. This is best when the user is reading the text and checking emails and notifications.
The edge-to-edge display will be 15% bigger than the current Watches. It is predicted to stretch towards the edges with narrower bezels. Apple Watch 4 will not be a mega-sized wearable and will not be heavy for your wrist.
The wearable will possibly be slightly thicker to contain the battery modification. The sleep tracker will be better with additional features and capabilities. A heart rate monitor will track the heartbeat accurately.
With pricing, Apple Watch Series 4 is expected to be higher than the lower price entry-level models or the Series 3. This is because of the bigger display. Kuo said before that the wearable will go on sale in the second half of this year, which will unlikely happen since there are just a few days left for this month.
The release date is also expected to unveil in early to middle September. It is predicted to go on sale a week or two after that. Also, Kuo already promised to update his predictions for the coming months.
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