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The Apple Watch Series 4 is turning out to be an interesting device and the most significant upgrade in style since the original came out years ago. But things are going to change next week when the Apple Watch Series 4 design will get a whole new look and feel, according to past leaks.

Currently, you will have to turn the display on to view the time. Now, as per a patent that has been filed, it appears that the always-on feature will be added in future Apple Watches.

The next version of the iPhone is set to see an iPhone XS and iPhone XC released at the September 12 event where Apple is also set to release the Apple Watch Series 4 and a new iPad Pro.

The new Apple Watch also includes new watch faces that will fit right onto the larger screen with an edge-to-edge display.

Apple will be launching its new line of iPhones on September 12 at an event in California.

The video in question introduces the Apple Watch Round Series, a would-be successor to the Apple Watch Series 3, showing off the striking smartwatch from every angle and in a number of lush colourways, too.

Additionally, the analyst said the 2018 Watch models would be 1.57-inches and 1.78-inches, respectively. Rambo says Apple will achieve the higher resolution by reducing the bezels and making the screen larger.

Talking about the specifications, the 42mm Apple Watch Series 4 is expected to come with a resolution of 384 X 480 pixels which is a significant increase from last year's Apple Watch Series 3 that arrived with a resolution of 312 X 390 pixels. This new device will probably feature a higher PPI, which also contributes to the higher resolution.

As Apple is leading the wearable smartwatches ranks, Apple Watch Series 4 smartwatch has the hard task of improving the good results of its predecessors. The screenshots below that were done on an Apple Watch simulator show just how much difference the extra pixels will make.

A new mode dubbed "Walkie-Talkie" is also coming to the watch that will allow owners to speak to each other by simply lifting their wrist. As of now, Apple Watch's display only lights up when a user lifts up their wrist to glance at the screen.