New ceramic and titanium Apple Watch models spotted in watchOS 6 beta

Yolanda Curtis
August 21, 2019

Splashy new looks likely won't be the extent of what Apple has planned for Series 5, however, especially since the company is revamping watchOS to be much more independent of the phone, which would benefit from more capable processors.

Speaking about the iPhone 11 lineup, Kuo claims that Apple will steadily increase the proportions of LG's supply of OLED panels as well as employ Chinese manufacturer BOE as an additional supplier to diversify its supply chain.


In brief: The new Apple Watch will come with two new casing options, which will see Apple return to ceramic and introduce an entirely new premium material - titanium. The website also found animations for the initial Apple Watch setup process. Even though the ECG was limited to a few countries it grounded Apple's vision of using its Watch series as diagnostic tools for health problems, not only in detecting heart conditions but also determining and calling for help when user's fall. A renowned Apple analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo had reported that Apple would acquire new Ceramic Casings for its new generation Apple Watch Series 5. The code suggests both will come in 40mm and 44mm variants, so something for wrists of all sizes. If your wrist could use a shiny new smartwatch, you're in luck: you can get a deal on all models of Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4 right now at various retailers.

Apple has regularly experimented with different case materials since the Watch first launched back in 2015. It is also stronger, lighter, and more scratch-resistant.


It is possible that all of these hints may not be in reference to the Apple Watch 5 but perhaps a refresh of the Apple watch 4.

However, it is also possible the U.S. company could show off a new wearable too, as was the case at the firm's September hardware event previous year. Meanwhile, the Titanium edition could be offered as another alternative premium option that offer a similar finish as the Apple Card.


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