Today Apple revealed the new Apple Watch Series 4 at the WWDC 2018. Built from the ground up, the new upgrade features an new black ceramic build, slightly new shape with 32-35% bigger screen and thinner body. The watch will also come in a new 40mm and 44mm sizes. Under the hood, the Series 4 is equipped with a dual core 64-bit S4 chip (2x faster) than previous models, a new improved digital crown w/ haptic feedback and a 50% louder speaker.

The watches new electric heart censor allows users to take an ECG test to analyze their heart rhythm. With all new sensors, the watch can also detect when you accidentally fall.

The Apple Watch Series 4 will be available September 21 for $399 (with GPS) and $499 (with cellular network) and will come in three colorways: silver, gold, and space grey. Additionally, Series 3 will be available at the new starting price of $279, making it more accessible.

For more on the Watch Series 4, head over to Apple here.

For more on Apple, here's everything being unveiled at WWDC 2018.

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