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Apple’s upcoming Apple Watch Series 4 has been rumored to sport a larger display than its predecessor. It turns out the rumors might have been right because in a report from ATH, Apple’s sitemap data has revealed some information about the Apple Watch Series 4 in which it seemingly confirms what we have been hearing so far.

According to the report, the Apple Watch Series 4 will be offered in two sizes: 40mm and 44mm. As it stands, the Apple Watch has typically been offered in 38mm and 42mm sizes, which means that Apple will be bumping up the size of both models. The rumors are also claiming that the new Apple Watch could be adopting an edge-to-edge display as well, which means that even though it could be bigger at 44mm, the lack of bezels could help make the watch feel smaller.

It is unclear if existing bands will play nicely with the new Apple Watch Series 4, but last we heard it will. We expect that the Series 4 will come with your typical hardware improvements, such as a better processor, better battery life, and last we heard it could also come with an ECG/EKG function for more robust heart monitoring features.

Either way we will find out in the next couple of hours as Apple is expected to unveil their new iPhones and also the new Apple Watch.

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