It’s highly likely that we’ll see new Apple Watch Series 4 devices at next month’s Apple media event, and a new series of filings suggest that this is even more probable.
Filed with the Eurasian Economic Commission are six new model numbers for next-gen Apple Watches, all of which will run watchOS 5. While that doesn’t tell us too much about the new devices, it does suggest that they are on the way.
From the model numbers of the new units — A1977, A1978, A1975, A1976, A2007 and A2008 — it appears that Apple may launch the Apple Watch Series 4 with one model less than the Apple Watch Series 3. The Series 3 offered two aluminum GPS models and six 4G models in aluminum, steel, and ceramic, taking both sizes of wearable into account.
Perhaps this means that Apple’s new watch models will ditch the pricier ceramic model, just as it dropped the Apple Watch Edition before. Ultimately, we won’t know until Apple sends out the invitations to its next event. However, if you want to check out Cult of Mac‘s Apple Watch Series 4 wish list you can do so here.
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