Prosser: Lower-Pride Apple Watch with Series 4 Design Coming Next Week

Earlier this month, BloombergMark Gurman and Debbie Wu report that Apple plans to introduce a replacement for the Apple Watch Series 3 that competes with low-cost fitness trackers from Fitbit.

This rumor is now backed by hit-or-miss leaker John Prosser, who claims that Apple plans to announce a lower-priced Apple Watch model at its virtual event on 15 September. In a tweet, the processor said that the new model will feature a design similar to the Apple Watch Series 4, with 40mm and 44mm sizes available.
It is worth noting that Prosser falsely claimed that the new Apple Watch and iPad models will be announced via a press release on Tuesday of this week, but on other occasions they have shared accurate information about Apple’s product release plans. .

Prosser said that the low-priced Apple Watch will lack some new features such as the ECG app and the always-on display. Misleading, he also mentioned that the model would include the M9 chip, one of Apple’s earlier motion coprocessors found in devices such as the iPhone 6s, the original iPhone SE, and the fifth-generation iPad.

Last month, Apple introduced several more new features of the Apple Watch model to the Eurasian Economic Commission database, which were in earlier years, lending more to the possibility of both the Apple Watch Series 6 and lower-priced models to be announced next week Give.
Apple is launching its website and YouTube on September 15 at 10 am Pacific Time, and we’ll have full coverage of the announcements here on MacRumors. Gurman recently indicated that the event would be focused on the new Apple Watch model and possibly a redesigned iPad Air, with new iPhones not expected since October.