Sketchy Leak Says Apple Watch Series 4 Will Feature Circular Design

Sketchy Leak Says Apple Watch Series 4 Will Feature Circular Design

Sketchy Leak Says Apple Watch Series 4 Will Feature Circular Design

Ever since the launch of the first Apple Watch, one feature that has been wanted by most is Apple adding an always-on feature especially since the timepiece features an OLED display.

In addition to touting a greater screen size, Ming-Chi Kuo previously insisted the Apple Watch Series 4 will come with better battery life and improved health sensors. Some devices solved this power drain by the inclusion of a dimmer grayscale mode - which displays only the time and uses less power - when the devices are not being actively used. The leaks so far indicate that Apple will launch three iPhone with design similar to that of iPhone X.

Apple will be launching its new line of iPhones on September 12 at an event in California.

Following the news which detailed the name of the 6.5-inch OLED iPhone was reportedly going to be iPhone Xs Max, here is a leak of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 4, where it is shown that the smartwatch will sport a higher resolution when compared against the Apple Watch Series 3. And it's worth noting that the leak does contradict established rumors about the Cupertino tech giant's upcoming Apple Watch Series 4 models. That conflicts with the 1.3-inch display size of the sketched-out wearable. A recent report by Bloomberg suggested that the alleged Apple Watch 4 will be compatible with existing straps which means that all straps that were available for Apple Watch Series 1, 2 and 3 will still work with the new device as well. The 42mm model might have a resolution of 384 x 480 pixels as a result. The upcoming iteration of the smartwatch is now expected to arrive with a larger edge-to-edge display and support a higher resolution than previous editions. Besides three new iPhone models (iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XC), the company will also announce a brand new Apple Watch and new iPad Pros with FaceID. The higher resolution will be made possible by minimising the bezels around the screen thus allowing room for a higher pixel density of 345 ppi. Now, we can believe that it's coming. Even its native apps will probably get the memo and expand to offer new complications. Now, a patent application hints at Apple finally bringing a much sought after feature to its wearable device.

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