Apple is working on two new versions of its Apple Watch, each with larger screens than the existing lineup.
That’s the word from Ming Chi Kuo, the Apple–watching analyst known for getting his predictions about the California company’s plans spot on.
He claims that the new editions of the Apple Watch will come with 39.9mm and 45.2mm displays.
This would mark a jump from the current 38mm and 42mm screens. Kuo does not say if Apple will make the devices larger or simply trim down the size of the bezel.
In the same note, Kuo says that the new Apple Watches will be out later this year.
It’s likely Apple will unveil them at the same time as the new iPhones, which are expected to launch at a special event in September.
In 2017, the Apple Watch 3 improved the overall feature set of the company’s smartwatch, with the ability to make and take calls making it a more attractive proposition to consumers.
Apple will release a new version of its watchOS software for older Apple Watches at the same time as iOS 12.