Apple Watch Series 6 Would Launch with Same Display

The latest leak regarding the Apple Watch Series 6 comes from the reliable leaker @LOvetodream. In the tweet, a leaker claims that the upcoming Apple Watch Series 6 will install the same display as its predecessor Apple Watch Series 5. The above-mentioned leaker has a record of providing reliable information about Apple’s upcoming devices. From the latest leaks, it is highly likely that the forthcoming Apple Watch may come with the LTPO display with a 60Hz refresh rate.

In the tweet, the leaker refers that “the Apple Watch S6 will continue to use the display from JDI.” If this becomes true, then the upcoming Apple Watch Series 6 will offer an always-on OLED display instead of a rumored microLED display panel. Potential buyers will likely see the same display size and specs as its predecessor model. Apple Watch Series 5 feature an LTPO display with 60Hz refreshing rate capability, which stands perfect for the always-on OLED display.

On the other hand, Apple Watch Series 6 will have some incredible and long-awaited features. These exciting features include the native sleep tracking system, pulse oximeter, S6 chip, mental health abnormalities detection, and improved battery life. Also, the upcoming model runs on the upgraded WatchOS 7 which brings several impressive features to the device. The most incredible among these features is the Pulse Oximeter which is useful to measure the oxygen saturation level in the blood.

However, the most missing aspect of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 6 will be the lack of microLED display panel which could have made it the slimmer and more efficient device. There are rumors since 2018 which mentions the microLED display for Apple Watch, probably this will be reality in 2021 Apple Watch model. Apple Watch Series 6 is expected to launch in September this year alongside the flagship iPhone 12 series.

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