Can you believe Apple Watch is already three years old? Although it did not really burn the world on fire when it debuted, that shot in the arm had the need for updated features and revolutionary interfaces in series 2 and 3.
Judging by sales figures and audience's overall acceptance, Apple Watch is now the best smartwatch out there. Finally, Apple's daring vision of wearables and mobile computing begins.
And why not? Apple Watch is the perfect complement to an iPhone.
But where is Apple in use in the near future? With the revelation of watchOS 5 during this year's WWDC, should we expect hardware upgrades and the inevitable Apple Watch Series 4 this year?
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 There are credible reports that Apple Watch Series 4 will have less hardware and a 15 percent larger screen.
This makes a lot of sense since Apple's future design direction seems to point to edge-to-edge monitors ala iPhone X.
MicroLED = Better Battery
Another report stated that Apple will produce its own MicroLED monitors. MicroLED monitors are slimmer and lighter, but much more effective than OLED monitors.
This screen technology is perfect for durable, so if ever making it to the next Apple Watch, it will mean longer battery life.
In keeping with the changes to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 home button, we may see the same haptic based solid state button on the next Apple Watch.
Instead of a clickable physical button, the sidebar of the Series 4 bells can emulate the virtual buttons from the Taptic Engine on other Apple products.
A feature that Apple Watch still lacks compared to other fitness trackers (like Fitbit) is sleep tracking.
Apple can easily integrate this with Apple Watch, but what obviously keeps it back is the Apple Watch battery that still requires nightly charging.
If Apple can figure out how to stretch Apple's clock asked (maybe with MicroLEDs and larger batteries?), So sleep tracking is something that can make it to the next Apple Watch.
More Health Professors
We hear about Apple's work with advanced health sensors. And 2018 may be the year we will finally see them on Apple Watch.
The company is very serious about incorporating new medical innovations on Apple Watch. Sensors that can measure a person's vitality like blood sugar and heart rate can dramatically change how people wear wear.
Should we see the famed advanced ECG heart screen and a non-invasive blood sugar sensor on the next Apple Watch? We hope so for sure.
Third-party watch faces
From watchOS 5, Apple will ultimately agree to third party app support for Siri watch faces. Will this pave the way for third party Apple Watch faces and an Apple Watch Face store too?
I think the current Apple Watch faces are fine and more of them are added with each update, but third-party surveillance sites will open floodgates for infinite customization and personalization. Frankly, I can not wait.
Apple Watch Series 4 Release
In the last two years, new versions of Apple Watch have always characterized the iPhone launch event in September.
If Apple is going to sell Apple Watch Series 4 this year, it's likely they'll uncover it with the new iPhones again.
Older versions of Apple Watch received some price reductions as newer versions were released. We expect Apple to stick to this plan.
Series 4 will probably cost the same as Series 3 now (at least $ 329). Cellular-connected models will be more expensive, of course.
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