id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Angela Lang/CNET Apple's latest filings fuel rumors about a new Apple Watch in the pipeline for September, but doesn't answer the question of whether it's the Apple Watch Series 5 or an older Apple Watch with a new spin. In this week's Apple Core roundup we break down all of the plausible rumors surrounding Apple's next smartwatch, tour bắc kinh từ hà nội the latest details about Apple's new services (Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade) and the Apple Card's official debut. 

Apple Watch Series 5 or 4.5? 
After a dry spell of Apple Watch rumors, this week we finally received concrete evidence from two different tour bắc kinh giá rẻ sources that Apple may be launching an Apple Watch (or two) at its September launch event. 

The first bit of evidence: Apple has registered four new Apple Watch models running watchOS 6 with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) according to MacRumors. This is a necessary precursor to bringing a product to market in this region. Apple listed a slew of other products in its filing, including the new iPhones running iOS 13 (which we're also expecting in September) and new MacBooks. We're also expecting a new 16-inch MacBook Pro at a later fall event. But not all products registered with the EEC have to be brand new. Apple also registered the newly released 2019 iPod Touch in this round, and the watches in question may just be new versions of an existing model.