Apple has registered six new Apple Watch models with regulators at the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), a prerequisite to selling phones in Russia, Armenia and Belarus.
The devices, believed to be Apple Watch Series 4 units, are set to launch alongside a trio of new iPhones at a special event in September.
Previously, Apple has registered everything from new iPads to MacBooks and AirPods with the EEC in the weeks before their launch.
While the filings only give codenames for the six models, it’s already widely known that the watches will come with 15% larger displays, longer battery life and better health smarts.
Analyst Ming Chi Kuo, who is renowned for his on-the-money forecasts about Apple products, revealed as much earlier this year.
Of the six new models, most are likely to offer 4G as standard, meaning that users will be able to make and take calls on their wrist, as they can with the Apple Watch Series 3.
It’s not known whether the watches will be offered by all UK networks, or if EE will retain the exclusivity it enjoyed with the 2017 watch.