The Apple Watch Series 4 is expected to launch this September. For the first time since the product was first announced in 2014, we could see a design change for the wearable device. Here’s the latest information on the next Apple Watch. Come back for updates.
Updated: April 12, 2018
The Apple Watch Series 4 is likely to be announced this fall alongside next-generation iPhones. The new wearable device will feature a new design and larger screen, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
The screen on the Apple Watch Series 4 could be 15 percent larger than the current model. Other improvements could include longer battery life and “enhanced” health monitoring.
In recent months, reports have suggested other big changes coming to Apple’s top-selling wearable device. Whether these changes arrive on this year’s model (or future ones) is unknown and include:
Apple’s likely to make significant announcements about this year’s Apple Watches according to the following schedule:
Monday, June 4 is the first day of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) for 2018. It’s on this day we’ll see the first demo for “watchOS 5,” the OS that will ship on every new Apple Watch this fall. This unveiling will tell us a lot about the direction the wearable device is going for the rest of the year.
Sometime between Tuesday, September 4 through Wednesday, September 12 is when Apple is likely to announce its 2018 iPhone and Apple Watch lineup.
Friday, September 14 or Friday, September 21: The Apple Watch Series 4 should arrive in stores.