Fox Business is reporting that Apple is set to unveil its fitness tracking product in the first half of 2019.
The company is said to be using Apple’s own hardware, which was showcased during WWDC.
However, the company has said that Apple’s software will not be ready for release until later in the year.
The Apple Watch is set for release in the second half of 2020, and the upcoming iPhone X and XS devices are expected to debut around the same time.
The iPhone X will be available with the A11 Bionic chip, while the iPhone XS and X will feature the A12 Bionic.
According to reports, Apple is planning to offer three different kinds of wristbands: Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and Apple Watch Series 3.
Apple Watch bands will feature a metal band that will be removable and replaceable.
Apple Sport bands will include a stainless steel band that is also removable and replacesable.
The Apple Watch and Apple Sport will come with a leather band.
The leather bands are designed to help keep your watch and iPhone connected, so they won’t come off.
The watch bands will be released in black and gold, and will be priced at $150-$200.
The Series 3 bands will also include a leather strap and will cost $200-$300.
The Series 3 Apple Watch band will be able to track heart rate, sleep, and activity levels, along with sleep and activity reminders.
The watch bands are expected launch in mid-2020, but Apple has yet to officially reveal pricing and release dates.