Apple may unveil new versions of its first-generation Apple Watch at the September 9 event, according to a New York Times report.
The firm could debut new metal finishes for the wearable device that would include a less expensive version of the gold device, the site’s sources claim.
Currently the only gold-coloured option is the Apple Watch Edition, which costs upwards of $10,000/£8,000.
If the Times is correct, we’ll probably see a gold colouring akin to the iPhone to accompany the luxury 18-carat gilded timepiece.
The firm is certain to announce at least two new iPhones, featuring a new Force Touch display, an improved camera and stronger build materials.
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Recent reports have claimed the once-mythical 12.9-inch iPad Pro is also on deck for a debut, as well as the iPad mini 4.
There’s huge interest in a new Apple TV set-top box promising new gaming capabilities, iOS 9 and a brand new interface featuring Siri and universal search for easy content discovery.
The NYT report also claims there may be a “one more thing,” announcement to hark back to the Steve Jobs days of lore.
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