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Ruben Fields
August 21, 2019

Ahead of Apple's rumoured September 10 event, new details about the new Apple Watch models have emerged online.

According to the report, some animations were discovered in the watchOS6 beta that reference not only the fact that the ceramic version will be making a comeback but also that a new titanium version will make an appearance. Apple Watch Accessories You know what goes great with a fancy new piece of tech? Sleep tracking has been the missing feature that many have sought after, so if the Apple Watch Series 5 really come with the said feature, there's no doubt that more people will be interested in purchasing the smartwatch.

Reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had also predicted that Apple would launch an Apple Watch with ceramic casing this year. Apple is planning to unveil a new edition of Apple Watch Series 5 this year.

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The 2018 Apple Watch Series 4 came in 44mm and 40mm displays, quicker speeds than the Apple Watch 3, fall detection, electrocardiogram (ECG) and up to two days of battery life. They deliver crystal clear sound wirelessly for music, podcasts, phone calls, and more, and can also connect to Siri.

However, it is also possible the USA company could show off a new wearable too, as was the case at the firm's September hardware event past year. However, based on the latest leak, it seems that Apple will rediscover a new high-end ceramic model through the Apple Watch 5 this year.

We're still a few weeks away from Apple's next big product launch, but more clues about the new lineup of gadgets are starting to emerge - including the Apple Watch. Meanwhile, the Titanium edition could be offered as another alternative premium option that offer a similar finish as the Apple Card. By 2021, Japan Display would produce at least 70-80 percent OLED displays for Apple Watch. This again makes one to believe the new Titanium versions likely to be available in the premium models.

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