Apple Watch 4 may have just been certified, suggesting it’s coming soon

Ceria Alfonso
Agosto 21, 2018

Rumours suggest that Apple is working on new Apple Watch models with larger screens, better health sensors, and longer battery life. It is a pretty solid source when it comes to new Apple product leaks, as shown in previous filings.

It shouldn't be a surprise to see a new generation Apple Watch emerge out of Apple's iPhone event later this summer. The information comes from a listing at the Eurasian Economic Commission, which approves devices that are using encryption, sold in Russian Federation and other countries in the region.

Apple's new model numbers, including A1977, A1978, A1975, A1976, A2007, and A2008, suggest Apple will launch six distinct Series 4 watches, likely three for each size.

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A regulatory filing from the Eurasian Economic Commission names six new model numbers.

Series 3 Apple Watches have eight model numbers which include two aluminum Global Positioning System only models and six aluminum, stainless steel and ceramic LTE models in two sizes. All the new models are said to run watchOS 5. We can easily believe that we will get three different versions of the Apple Watch but in two sizes.

Apple is expected to reveal all at an event some time in September where we anticipate the new Watch will appear alongside new iPhones and maybe even some new Apple AirPods as well. Apple has yet to issue invitations to the media though, so the date isn't confirmed.

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