Why the Apple Watch is here to stay
Apple is set to unveil a new watch face at its WWDC keynote next week.
The device will be called the Apple Watches Watch Sport and will come in a range of colours.
It will come with an 8-inch display that measures around 6.5mm thick, and will sport an aluminium band and stainless steel casing.
It will also come with a rotating display that is powered by a battery.
This Apple Watch Sport will come out next year in black, gold and silver.
Apple is also rumoured to be working on a watch face for its Apple Watch Series 3.
The Apple Watch sports a larger display, with the resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, and a new design.
The watch also comes with a heart rate sensor, which allows users to measure heart rate.
Apple will launch a new smartwatch on April 30 at 9am ET (3am PT) in New York City.
The Watch Sport is expected to have a 3.5-inch screen, with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.
The watch will come as a smartwatch, but it will also be able to connect to Apple Watch apps and services like iMessage, FaceTime, Maps, AirDrop and Siri.