Wearable Technology

Apple Watch 5 expected to be launched in September


The audience is eagerly waiting for the upcoming iPhones and all attention is concentrated there for the time being. Amidst the new iPhone reports, fans of Apple Watch might have been worried about the lack of rumours about the wearable device. Some of the recent reports say that the year 2019 will see the launch of a new Apple Watch that might come with a bog change.

It was the Apple Watch Series 4 that will be remembered as the model that brought ECG to smartwatches. However, that particular feature is limited to just a few countries, but it had cemented the Apple’s vision of its Watch as a diagnostic tool for health issues. The company is already partnering with researchers on how to correlate smartphone and smartwatch activity to the early detection of mental deterioration.

On the other hand, the Apple Watch Series 5’s changes might be more on the technical and aesthetic side. Popular analyst Ming-chi Kuo said that the next Apple Watch will feature an OLED screen from Japan Display Inc. The switch to OLED screen can help to improve battery life on a smartwatch with a predominantly dark or black display. Clues were found by iHelpBR from the watchOS 6 set up animation and also pointed out that the two new models with titanium and ceramic bodies will both come with 44 mm in size.

Such premium materials have never been used on an Apple Watch before and could help reinforce their image as luxury timepieces, despite the outdated square design date. The potentially good news is that Apple may have smartwatches to announce alongside the iPhones in September. With this, the fans of Apple have their fingers crossed and who knows, they might even come up with the Series 5. Meanwhile, Apple is struggling in from of its competitors in the market as there are more competitive devices with more competitive prices.

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