Apple Watch Series 4 all but confirmed in regulatory filings

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It shouldn't be a surprise to see a new generation Apple Watch emerge out of Apple's iPhone event later this summer.

Rumours suggest that Apple is working on new Apple Watch models with larger screens, better health sensors, and longer battery life.

We're expecting to see the Apple Watch 4 this year, potentially as soon as September, and there's now more evidence that it could be coming very soon, as it may have just been listed by the EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission).

A1977, A1978, A1975, A1976, A2007, and A2008 are the new model numbers that Apple has registered for the new Apple Watch Series 4. Apple filings for new products appear in EEC's database a week or two before new products are actually launched. That's because Apple is expected to increase the display of both 38mm and 42mm versions without increasing the overall size of the watches.

But these numbers are brand new and it's interesting that there's only six model numbers when there were eight for the Watch Series 3. Apple has yet to issue invitations to the media though, so the date isn't confirmed. Well, one thing we probably know for sure is that it will be packing watchOS 5, which Apple introduced at WWDC earlier this year.

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