Apple Watch Series 9 will have S9 chipset: How will this improve the smartwatch? | Digit

As September comes closer, we are all awaiting the Apple event. But prior to that, a lot of rumours and leaks have been surfacing on the internet. And now we spotted an exciting leak on the upcoming Apple Watch Series 9. The Apple Watch Series is expected to launch with three models. 

Mark Gurman revealed in his PowerOn Newsletter that tech-giant Apple might launch three wearables under the Series 9. We can expect a 41-millimetre variant, a 45-millimetre variant as well as the successor to the Apple Watch Ultra.

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The three watches might be packed with the new S9 chipset. It will allow for improved and smoother performance when compared to the Apple Watch Series 8. We are also expecting a dark titanium colour option with these series.

Apple might skip on the Apple Watch SE 3 this year, according to the Apple Watch SE timeline. Apple released its first Watch SE in 2020, and the next arrived in 2022. So, technically Apple will launch the third variant only in 2024.

Speaking of the new Apple releases, Mark Gurman even revealed that we can see the arrival of a new technology called the  “LIPO” (low-injection pressure overmolding).

Apple Watch

This new feature will be limited to the premium iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max variants. This will allow for an almost bezel-less viewing experience. It will further reduce the bezel size to 1.5-millimeters from 2.2-millimeters on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. It is even expected that the same technology will be used in iPads too by 2024.

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As the launch month comes soon, we are excited about what Apple will present. But for now, that’s all we know. We can expect the official announcements from the brand soon.

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