According to noted KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who expects the Apple Watch Series 4 to also feature a larger display, extended battery life and upgraded health monitoring features.
Reliable industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities has released a note to investors that claims the Apple Watch Series 4 will launch in the third quarter of the year. The Series 4, he claims, will have a 15 percent larger display, longer battery life, and better health tracking.
Kuo mentions enhancements to Apple Watch’s built-in health sensors, but fails to detail what changes Apple has in store for the fourth-generation device. As it stands, Apple Watch incorporates a bespoke heart rate monitor, accelerometer, barometer and gyroscope to track a range of biometric data and user movement.
Finally, Kuo estimates Apple to sell between 22 to 24 million Apple Watch units in 2018, up approximately 30 percent from last year.