New Apple Watch Series 4 release – Wearable could inherit the iPhone X's greatest strength

The new Apple Watch Series 4 is expected to be announced at a hardware event held at the tech giant’s Cupertino campus next month.

In fact, Express.co.uk has predicted the trillion-dollar company will hold an exhibition on September 12 where it will debut a host of new hardware.

Last week it emerged Apple had registered new models of its lauded wearable with the Eurasian economic database, according to 9to5Mac.

Unfortunately the move from the company failed to yield many details about the forthcoming smartwatch.

However, a new report from Bloomberg has hinted the Series 4 could bring some of the biggest changes to the wearable line yet.

The publication cited people “familiar with the product” who insisted the device will severely cut bezels on the screen when compared to its predecessor.

It added that despite taking an all-screen design similar to what is currently present in the iPhone X it will look “similar” to the current Series 3.

This, it continued, will allow it to be compatible with straps that are currently available.

The Bloomberg report echoes prior claims from notable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, for KGI Securities, who declared the screens on the new hardware will be 15 percent larger than existing Apple Watches.

However at the time it was not clarified whether the increase would be achieved by making cases larger or by reducing bezels.

Bloomberg’s report suggests the latter will be true.

Ming-Chi Kuo also declared the newest iteration of the Apple Watch will boast better battery life than pervious models.

He added better health sensors will be present inside the device, suggesting fitness will once again be a big focus of the product.

Apple has consistently emphasised matters surrounding health during Apple Watch unveilings and it appears this year will follow tradition.

It is presumed the Apple Watch Series 4 will follow the pricing models of previous versions.

The Series 3 currently sells for £329 for a 38millimetre case without network connectivity.

The larger 42millimetre case starts at £359 meanwhile.

However depending on the case material the Apple Watch Series 3 can exceed prices of £1,000.

For those who are not planning to upgrade to the latest and greatest from the tech giant, watchOS 5 promises a host of new features that will be compatible with every edition of the Apple Watch apart from the original model.

In addition to bringing support for Apple Podcasts, the software also boasts a new Walkie-Talkie functionality that will allow friends and family to communicate with each other easier than ever with the flick of their wrist.

The new software will debut later this year.

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