According to the report released in China, Apple poised to unveil Apple Watch Series 5 with the iPhone models expected to launch on 10th September. Last year Apple Watch Series 4 was introduced with some groundbreaking features like ECG monitoring and fall detection technology as well as features like improved connectivity and a more fitness-focused approach. The release announcement of the upcoming Apple Watch brings positive vibes and fuels speculations about the features packed with the model.
Speculations about changes in design and features of the upcoming Apple Watch model includes gesture support. The technology enables users to scroll through messages using the flick of the wrist and answer phone calls using a fist.
Furthermore, information about the new features can reveal close to the launching event. Apple Watch Series 5 will power with the latest Watch OS 6 and includes an independent App Store. Moreover, it supports standalone apps such as Audiobook, Calculator and Voice Memo compatible to operate through the wrist.
Apple Watch Series 5 is coming
Apple’s Watch OS 6 is innovative and helps to extend the battery life on the smartwatches and access to more creative watch faces along with other advantages. The wide popularity of the ECG feature on Apple Watch Series 4 inspired Samsung to incorporate the feature in its Galaxy Watch Active 2, subject to FDA approval. Considering the report we can guess that we are close to getting Apple Watch Series 5 on the wrist.
Apple managed to top the position in global shipments of smartwatches, thanks to last year’s Apple Watch Series 4. With every product, Apple constantly increases its market share and secure its dominance overs smartwatch market space. In the second quarter of the current year, Apple sold out 5.7 million units globally and left its major rivals like Samsung and Fitbit far behind.
The major factor behind the success of Apple watches is the unparalleled features and fitness tracking system onboard. The latest report from the Reliable TF International Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo talks about the upcoming Apple Watch model.