Apple Watch may soon get this much-needed feature

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It was reported that the next-gen Apple smartwatch will get a bigger display and slimmer bezels as well as some new watch faces with more content displayed on screen. The publication did do some testing of how apps look on the new expected large display, as compared to the current generation Apple Watch Series 3 display screen, and has shared comparison images as well. Instead of physical buttons which move, the new Apple Watch will have buttons which stay in place and vibrate when pressed.

As far back as May 2018 did T3 report that a stunning new Apple Watch Series 4 with a round watch face could be incoming, and now thanks to a jaw-dropping new video we've got a tantalising glimpse at just how attractive the smartwatch could be.

Turns out, Apple is probably going to increase the resolution of the Apple Watch Series 4. But as Techradar is reporting, we can expect the phones to launch about a week or two after Apple's September 12th event, and "almost certainly" before the end of September.

Additionally, the analyst said the 2018 Watch models would be 1.57-inches and 1.78-inches, respectively.

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Apple Watch Series 4 will have a 384×480 pixels resolution on the 42mm-sized dial which is slightly more dense than the 312×390 pixels display on last year's watchOS wearable. That conflicts with the 1.3-inch display size of the sketched-out wearable. Rambo says Apple will achieve the higher resolution by reducing the bezels and making the screen larger.

Also, the frames of the screen were reduced to a point where Apple Watch Series 4 might become the first full-screen display in the world of smartwatches, at least according to 9to5Mac rumours. The Series 4 is also expected to have a higher pixel density, which should boost the resolution. The team used an Apple Watch simulator to runtime latest Xcode beta to see the difference in pixels on the Watch 4 and Watch 3. Now, we can believe that it's coming.

With just a few days left until its product release event on September 12, Apple has made a sudden change. The other issue Apple would have to figure out is how much power this feature would need to work, while still giving its users a long lasting battery life.

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