The New Apple Watches Just Debuted In A Bluetooth Database

Apple is expected to announce new Apple Watch models as soon as September and it appears that it is starting to get its ducks in a row ahead of time. The new Apple Watches have now been put through the Bluetooth product database.

The new arrivals were spotted by MacRumors and are listed as “watchOS Profile Subsystem 2023,” with no further details given.

That means that we can’t discern what Apple Watch(es) the listing pertains to, but we do know what the new products are likely to be.

With Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman having previously suggested that Apple doesn’t intend to refresh the Apple Watch SE this year, the only models that will arrive are likely to be the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2. They’ll likely be relatively minor upgrades over the Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch Ultra, respectively, although new colors and an upgraded S9 chip are expected according to reports.

The new Apple Watches are of course expected to be announced alongside a slew of new iPhones. The iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max are all expected to be announced at an event on September 12, with devices then likely to go up for pre-order the following Friday.

That would then mean that they will go on sale on September 22 if previous schedules are any indication.

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