Apple seems to have fallen in love with the looks of its own watch and thus they have always been holding on to the same looks for years now. The new Apple Watch Series 4 is slated for late 2018 release and it is almost certain the traditional look will be there with minor facelifts. As reported by Bloomberg, the Cupertino giants are working on two new variants which will come with a larger display and thinner bezel. An edge-to-edge display is what we are expecting for the new line.
Also, the former straps of the Series 3 will be compatible on the new generation and Apple is likely to carry forward their square frame rounded edges shape with the new Series 4 as well. Stats on the weight or thickness is yet to surface the market.
Just as before, two new variants of 38mm and 42mm are highly likely to be there. Although customers and Apple lovers would honestly like a rugged design or a health inclined version, no news has hit the tech world as o yet.
Apple has as many as five different versions of their watch namely the Aluminium, Stainless steel, Nike +, White Ceramic and Hermes. Each of them has a different look and feel to it, but like always all will be available in both 38mm and 42mm versions.