It seems that Apple’s September 9 event will have some additional goodies that will appeal to those who are looking for more than just an iPhone announcement. Granted, the event is predominantly iPhone-centric, with an expected Apple TV 4 announcement thrown in for good measure. However, it also seems that Apple is planning on showing the Apple Watch some love by introducing a number of new Sport bands for the intelligent timepiece that will come in a variety of aesthetically pleasing colors.
Those individuals around the world who have opted to take a change on the first-generation Apple Watch will be eagerly waiting for some additional news and announcements on the product. The introduction of the iPhone 6s should see the final release of iOS 9, alongside a public release of watchOS 2 into the world for the Apple Watch. News regarding the announcement of a new range of Sport bands for the Apple Watch comes in from 9to5Mac, and should definitely stoke the fire of excitement for owners who are looking to further customize Apple’s “most personal product yet”.
It’s currently unknown what individual colors Apple will be offering with the new Apple Watch Sport bands. Chief designer Jony Ive took perfect advantage of the Milan Design Week earlier this year to show off Sport bands in additional colors, namely orange, yellow, red, blue, and a plethora of stunning looking nude colors that perfectly compliment various skin tones. The Cupertino company has also attempted to increase excitement surrounding the introduction of additional straps by providing a number of individuals in the public eye with unique colorful bands that aren’t currently available to the general public.
If the gorgeous red band offered to ex-England international rugby player Will Carling tickled your fancy, or the navy blue offering that J.J. Abrams received made you jealous, then the chances are Apple may have something in store for you this coming Wednesday. The official unveiling of new Apple Watch Sport bands only adds to the excitement of what should be an excellent and defining Apple event. Expectations include the introduction of the iPhone 6s, a first glance at the fourth-generation and highly anticipated Apple TV, iPad Pro and iPad mini 4, as well as additional information pertaining to iOS 9, and the future of watchOS 2.
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