Splashy new looks likely won't be the extent of what Apple has planned for Series 5, however, especially since the company is revamping watchOS to be much more independent of the phone, which would benefit from more capable processors.
There has never been a titanium Apple Watch in either size.
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It is assumed the product being referenced is the forthcoming Apple Watch Series 5 - this is because the Apple Watch Series 4 is not available in either ceramic or titanium. A new leak today claim that the next-generation smartwatch from Apple or the Apple Watch 5 will come in a couple of versions, the titanium, and ceramic versions. Thus, these two animations suggest Apple is planning two new case materials in both sizes. It would be the first time the company has released a titanium Apple Watch. This set of information comes from an animation that appears during the Apple Watch setup process.
Some of them include higher scratch resistance and durability. This again makes one to believe the new Titanium versions likely to be available in the premium models. Ceramic, in the meantime, is increasingly well-known in the Apple Watch world.
Apple has experimented with different materials for the Apple Watch in the past - remember the $10,000 18-karat gold model?
Other rumors indicate that Apple will move to MicroLED displays for Apple Watch Series 6 in the year 2020.
Ming Chi-Kuo confirmed the new casing options and believes the new watches will be part of a new lineup, but there's still a small possibility that they'll be added as part of the Series 4 lineup as new color and casing options in preparation for the holiday season.