Apple Invites Sent Out For Keynote Event On September 12 Could Announce Apple Watch 4

Alongside the 2018 iPhones, Apple is also planning to announce its next-generation wearable (aka Apple Watch 4 or Series 4) at the Apple Park Campus in Cup[ertino, California. Here are the details on it.

The invites sent out by Apple taglined ‘Gather Round’, which references a circle-shaped element that is unknown for now, but Apple will definitely discuss it at the live streaming event on the given date.

Leaked Apple Watch Series 4 image reveals bigger display, new complications

Along with fresh iPhones, Apple is expected to introduce the Apple Watch Series 4, which is said to feature a larger display likely implemented through a reduction in bezel size. Longer battery life and improved health monitoring capabilities are also rumored, but beyond that, we don’t exactly know much about the new wrist-worn devices.

At the ongoing event, we can also expect to see the glimpse of new iPad Pro models with Face ID, slimmer bezels, and no Home button are in the works, altogether. Are refreshed MacBook Air and Macs that include a low-cost MacBook and a new Mac mini, but it is not clear if these products will come at the September event. Could be held in another event, maybe in October.

Rumors of a new rounded watch face appear to have been wide of the mark if the leaked image is anything to go by. A new, larger but still square profile will definitely be used this time around with the reduction in bezels for a roughly 15% larger display.

Apple Watch Series 4 revealed — massive display, dense watch face, more

Otherwise, the overall look of the watch appears very similar, however, although the Side button and Digital Crown do appear slightly redesigned. One of which shows more information on a single screen with complications galore likely due to more screen space thanks to the edge-to-edge display. The only thing (watch face) has been leaked today, but we would imagine that others have also received a facelift to accommodate the new, large screen.

(Source: 9to5Mac)

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