The rumors claim the next iteration of Apple Watch will use liquid crystal polymer (LCP) for the flexible circuit boards instead of polyamide (PI) used in Series 5 models. Apple Watch Series 6 is expected to launch in the second half of 2020, following the usual Apple Watch launch timeline.
While the S5 chip used in Series 5 models offers a minor bump in performance improvement over the Series 4, next year’s Apple Watch is expected to feature a significant boost in performance, according to the research note. Apple Watch Series 6 is also expected to feature better water resistance, possibly adding more water-based fitness activities.
Apple is also reportedly working on a range of AR and VR devices that are likely to launch by 2022. A new iPad Pro model is expected to arrive in the first half of next year.
The new model is expected to feature a new camera module with two sensors along with a small hole for a new 3D system that will power the next-generation AR and VR devices and content. Apple may also launch select iPhone models with the new 3D-sensing module in 2020.
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