It is likely that we will see new Apple Watch Series 4 devices at Apple’s media event next month, and a new series of repositories suggests that this is even more likely.
The Eurasian Economic Commission has tabled six new model numbers for next-generation Apple watches, all of which will run on watchOS 5. Although this does not tell us much about new devices, it suggests they are on the right track.
From the model numbers of the new units – A1977, A1978, A1975, A1976, A2007, and A2008 – it seems that Apple can launch the Apple Watch Series 4 with a model of less than the one. Apple Watch Series 3. The 3 Series featured two aluminum GPS models and six 4G models in aluminum, steel and ceramic, taking into account both notebook sizes.
Apple has not changed the physical design of the Apple Watch since it first went on sale in 2015. This year seems to be the year when Apple launches an updated design if Apple Watch models end up having a wider screen.
Apple has revealed new iPhones in September each year since 2012. The last two years, it has also launched new Apple Watch models at its annual event. Apple observers consider that Apple will hold an iPhone launch event in early September, possibly on September 12, although a date has not been announced publicly. Eurasia’s repositories essentially confirm that Apple plans to launch new Apple Watch models next month.