Like most mobile phones, tablets and other electronic products on the market, smart watches need to obtain certification from different organizations before they go on sale, and the Apple Watch with built-in sensors and wireless connections is no exception.
As the budget release date of the Apple Watch Series 9 draws closer, the smartwatch is starting to show up in certification body databases.
A few days ago, foreign media discovered that Apple registered a 2023 watchOS subsystem in the Launch Studio product database of the Bluetooth SIG (Bluetooth SIG) on August 13. Mac Rumors believe that it is likely to be Apple Watch Series 9 or Apple Watch Ultra (2nd generation).
Apple releases new Apple Watch models almost every year in September, and it is no surprise that it is preparing for this now. Unfortunately, the database does not mention any specific content of the new device.
According to previous revelations by Bloomberg author Mark Gurman, the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra (second generation) released this year will both use the S9 processor with faster performance and provide new body colors. ; the Series 9 is said to be available in pink, while the Ultra (second generation) will have a darker titanium body option.