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When is the new Apple Watch coming out?

The Apple Watch Series 9 is coming, but when?

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Quick Answer: Apple is likely to release the Series 9 Apple Watch in September, 2023.

Much like its flagship iPhones, Apple tends to release a new Apple Watch model every year. The company has released a new model every year since 2015, when the original Watch came out.

While it’s still relatively early in 2023, it’s safe to assume that Apple will stick to its previous schedule with the next wearable.

After all, the company launched the Apple Watch Ultra last year. We’ll surely see some of the new features found in that model added to the Series 9 later in 2023.

Apple Watch Series 9 release date

Short answer: Most likely in the fall of 2023

Every single Apple Watch has been announced in September, except for the original, which was in April of 2015.

Apple has released the wearable alongside that year’s iPhone range, except for 2020, when the iPhone wasn’t announced until the month after.

As to when in September, we have a couple of pointers. Apple almost always has its iPhone and Apple Watch event on the second Tuesday of September.

Sometimes it’s been the second Wednesday. Expect the second week of September again this year, so that’s around September 12 or 13.

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Apple Watch Series 8 (Image: Apple)

Of course, this Series 9 release date prediction might not be accurate. Delays are always possible, and even if the wearable is announced, we might have to wait to be able to order one.

Last year, there was a little over a week gap between the announcement and release. As long as there aren’t any supply issues, we expect about the same time between the announcement and the official release date.

We’ll have to wait to find out exactly when the Apple Watch Series 9 will be released. Until then, we’ll keep bringing you all the rumors as we find them out.

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