Apple Watch lovers waiting for Series 6 of the wearable have finally some good news. Ahead of its launch, Apple Watch Series 6 has been spotted online. The accessory was spotted in Eurasian Economic Commission filings. The wearable is scheduled for a launch in September alongside iPhone 12 series. The filings show that Apple will launch four different models. All four models of the upcoming watch have been registered in the Eurasian database. The models have been named A2291, A2292, A2351, and A2352. The new wearable is likely to sport a design similar to its predecessors. Its square-shaped body will have an OLED screen with curves.
Apple Watch Series 6 is also likely to see some minor changes in the screen size. Any change in screen size will accommodate the new watch faces coming with WatchOS 7. Earlier, there were reports that Apple had filed for a patent for a round dial and its new watch will have a round dial. Besides WatchOS 7, there is one more change that is coming to Apple Watch Series 6. The Cupertino based iPhone maker has always focused on introducing more options to its new smartwatches to monitor users’ health. There are reports that the iPhone maker may incorporate SpO2 tracking.
The SpO2 feature lets users monitor oxygen levels in the blood. The new feature is crucial as it comes amid the Covid-19 outbreak. The watch will send an alert to users when their blood oxygen levels drop. The alert will be similar to the one already available for low-heart rates. The device will boast a bigger battery to improve on-screen time performance and also incorporate round the clock monitoring. The four models are likely to be joined by a cheaper Apple Watch SE. Apple had launched iPhone SE as a budget alternative to iPhone 11 and not the company is following the suit with the Apple Watch. Apple Watch SE will retain the old Series 3 design. But it will see a big boost in the internals.