With each iteration of Apple Watch, Apple has brought great improvements, such as longer battery life, integration of heart monitoring and an upgrade to LTE technology. The Apple Watch Series 5 is on the horizon already in September 201
In June, AppleInsider identified a patent filed by Apple at the US Patent and Trademark office for a watch band with an "optical sensor." Several charts suggest three possible locations for the camera lens; near the top of the clock, in the middle of the wrist facing the bell surface, and an attachable lens that can be placed based on the user's preferences. The patents also suggest that it may be a dual-facing alternative, allowing users to call Facetime or take selfies. Currently, it is not clear how Apple plans to handle lowlight options such as flash or light balance on the watch band, provided that this patent becomes a real feature.
The Ceramic Casing Option Returns
According to MacRumors, analyst Ming-Kuo, known for his accurate Apple product forecasts, released his predictions for the Apple Watch Series 5 in February 2019. Included in the early forecasts was a return to the advanced ceramic casing option. Apple offered Series 2 and 3 ceramic casing models but interrupted the Series 4 edition line.
Bloombergs Mark Gurman reports that a group of unknown sources consisting of "people familiar with the work" revealed that Apple is testing a sleep monitor for the series 5. Sleep Tracking rounds out the watch's suite of health monitoring options. According to this source, if this technology is successful, it will be implemented by 2020.
Currently, the 4-clock series is in the midst of its lifecycle, meaning we could see a release in September this year spring 2020. There are two possibilities: If the sleep tracking rumors are correct, the new Apple Watch can be released in the fall of 2019, with the sleep tracking features being available with a software update in 2020. Or we won't see a new clock at all until 2020 .
Apple Watch Series 4 started at $ 399, a price jump of over a hundred dollars from series 3 due to the addition of an electric heart sensor. If Apple succeeds in integrating an optical sensor for the 5-band series, we must expect a new price jump for the base model. If you plan to run for a ceramic edition model, plan to spend around $ 2,000 for the series 5. However, if you plan to keep it simple, the series 5 will probably start at around $ 599 based on the previous price tags from earlier. models