Following the refresh of the Apple Watch last year, many are expecting that Apple will follow suit with another refresh this year. The rumors are saying that we can expect it in the second half of 2017 (which we already are), and a recent report from DigiTimes has suggested that it could be launched in the fall of 2017.

While DigiTimes doesn’t exactly have the best track record when it comes to Apple rumors, the report actually makes sense because Apple usually hosts several events a year, and for the most part they tend to be the same, like events aimed at Mac computer refreshes, events for iPads, events for developers, and events for the iPhone.

The iPhone announcement is rumored for September and there’s a good chance that just like last year, the Apple Watch Series 3 could be announced alongside it as well. Design wise we are hearing that Apple won’t be changing much on that front, but they are rumored to switch from OLED to micro OLED display.

There are also rumors that the Apple Watch Series 3 could feature cellular connectivity, although some have argued against it. Lastly we heard that Apple is working on a glucose sensor that won’t involve the drawing of blood, but whether or not this will make it in time for the Apple Watch Series 3, or for the Apple Watch at all remains to be seen, but either way take it with a grain of salt for now.

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