Following last year’s release of the , there wasn’t much buzz about what Apple was planning for its 2019 sequel, but Apple’s been quietly toiling away on something new: the refreshed Apple Watch Series 5. Highly similar to its predecessor, the Series 5 once again arrives in smaller (40mm) and larger (44mm) sizes, but with a series of casing and internal tweaks.
The tentpole feature is an always-on display that’s capable of maintaining all-day, 18-hour battery life while going from dim to full brightness as needed. Apple says that all of watchOS 6’s watch faces and apps have been updated to support the new feature, enabling people to steal a quick glance. Even though Apple Watches have always included OLED displays capable of remaining partially