Another: "If you've worn a normal watch for any length of time you'll realize why people are clamouring for an always-on display".
Will Apple Watch Series 4 really have a round shape?
Reports for months have suggested that Apple is planning to reveal three new iPhones at their event next week, all of which will now be in the same style as the iPhone X. The least powerful one might be called simply the iPhone, featuring the smallest display, less powerful internals and an LCD screen as opposed to the more vibrant OLED ones.
This video shows a new Apple Watch which, as well as boasting a stunning round face with a screen that goes all the way to edge, also sports a delightfully thin new profile which just screams premium and style.
It's official, after months of speculation Apple has sent out invites to its annual special event, and they're dated September 12. According to Kuo, the Series 4 will be available in 1.57-inch and 1.78-inch screen sizes.
Separately, 9to5Mac contributor Guilherme Rambo, who has been digging into the watchOS 5 beta, has discovered references to the Series 4's resolution. The 42mm model might have a resolution of 384 x 480 pixels as a result. Rambo says Apple will achieve the higher resolution by reducing the bezels and making the screen larger. The site has also shared some images of how different watch faces and apps will look on the Apple Watch Series 4.
The leak itself is titled "new Applewatch leaks", and it draws a comparison to the circular design of the press invites for Apple's Gather round event next week.
The report further states that Apple with introduce a larger bezel on the upcoming smartwatch and also bring new watch faces that have been specifically designed for the upcoming edition. Even its native apps will probably get the memo and expand to offer new complications.
Some have suggested that the burn-in solution, as well as other proposed changes, could mean Apple is working on a much-requested feature: an always-on screen.