Six Apple Watch Series 4 models were registered with the EEC

Peter, 20 August 2018

The Eurasian Economic Comission has revealed that Apple is working on its next-gen smartwatches. Six Apple Watch Series 4 models were registered, bearing the following model numbers: A1977, A1978, A1975, A1976, A2007, A2008.

Apple will reportedly maintain the two watch sizes, 38mm and 42mm, but will increase the screen size by about 15% - with diagonals of 1.57” and 1.78” (up from 1.5” and 1.65”), respectively. The bezels will be slimmed down to maintain the size.

They will run watchOS 5 out of the box, the upcoming software that is still in the preview stage. It will bring walkie-talkie mode, a Siri watchface and notifications, podcasts, new exercise modes and more.

Six Apple Watch Series 4 models were registered with the EEC

Considering the Series 3 was unveiled and launched in September, we should see invites come out in a couple of weeks. We’re also expecting a trio of new iPhones, so it will be an interesting month.

Source (in French) | Via


Reader comments

not just this one...all Apple Watch do..they persist into stating that it is the most advanced..bla bla bla..when in fact this device (and its siblings) is the most advanced in power leakage, all of this coming from the most innovative and most wealt...

  • Anonymous
  • 21 Aug 2018
  • xFJ

This watch looks like a cheap toy.

  • Bewildered
  • 20 Aug 2018
  • StU

Electronic clocks aside, the fact that it cannot survive 24 hours means it should not be called a "watch" You have timers, you have a stopwatch

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