Apple Watch Might Soon Come in a Titanium Finish

Posted on August 18, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Apple, Apple Watch, Wearables with 1 Comment

September is always a big month for Apple fans. This year, the company is expected to introduce new iPhones, and possibly a brand-new MacBook Pro in September. In fact, a recent iOS 13 beta might have already leaked the announcement date for the iPhone 11.

And now, a recent watchOS 6 beta is hinting at some upcoming Apple Watch products. Spotted first by iHelp BR, Apple has some hidden files within watchOS 6 that may have just revealed two of Apple’s upcoming Apple Watch products.

The blog spotted files that are used during the initial setup of an Apple Watch, teasing two new models: Titanium and Ceramic. Apple has sold Ceramic Apple Watch devices in the past, but the company didn’t make a Ceramic variant of the Series 4 Apple Watch.

As for Titanium, that’s a whole new thing. Apple’s new Apple Card is made of titanium, so this new Titanium model of the Apple Watch could go perfectly with the Apple Card. Apple will be making 44mm and 40mm variants of both the new Titanium and Ceramic models.

The big mystery here, however, is whether these new makes are for a new Apple Watch or the existing Series 4 Apple Watch. There haven’t much talk about the Series 5 Apple Watch, and it’s kind of unlikely we will see a new generation of the Apple Watch this year. So these new moels could simply be new variants of the Series 4 Apple Watch, unless Apple wants to surprise people with a new generation of Apple Watch in September.

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