Apple Watch owners may have missed the launch of the new Apple Watch series 4 on April 12.
A new leak from German-language tech site DigiTimes claims to have uncovered the information.
The device is said to have a 1.3GHz processor, a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution display, and a 6-inch screen.
The leak says it’s powered by a 12-megapixel rear camera and has a 2,100mAh battery.
Apple will release the device in the spring, but the iPhone XS or XS Max are expected to be launched in June.
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The company is expected to unveil its first Apple Watch at the WWDC 2018 conference in April.
The iPhone X, iPhone Xs, and iPhone X Plus will launch in June, but no details are given on their price or availability.
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The watch has been rumored for quite some time, but it’s been a little less prominent than previous leaks have been.
It looks like the Apple Watches will be launched with a slightly thinner design than its predecessor, but with a more advanced screen.
The watch will have a 2.4-inch OLED display, which should make it more versatile for people who need to multitask, or who want to keep track of their workout routines.
It’ll also come in either stainless steel or stainless steel options.
A 4GB model is also rumored to be available.
The new watch will be available in three colors, but only one is currently available in the United States.
The iPhone X has a new, more streamlined design.
It’s thinner and has fewer features, but has a faster processor.
It will also come with Apple Pay support.
Update: We updated the article to clarify that the Apple watch series 5 is not expected to launch on Apple Watch.
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