Apple could launch the Apple Watch PRODUCT (RED) this spring

Apple may have a surprise set for us this spring, and it could be a brand new product for its PRODUCT (RED), but this time it won't be an iPhone, as it has been for some years, but it could be a red Apple Watch. According to a French website published this year in 2020 we may have the first Apple Watch of this color, and it will be in the first quarter.

Apple's "RED" product range has always been well received by many of its consumers. In addition to using the popular red herring, it is an initiative that allocates a percentage of their income to the fight against AIDS, so in addition to buying your favorite product. is helping to combat one of the most important diseases of our time

. Belts, cover, iPhone, iPod … and now the Apple Watch will be in the PRODUCT (RED) catalog

According to WatchGeneration data (link), reference numbers have popped up in an Apple catalog that could indicate the next launch of the Apple Watch in red. Stories to be taken with great caution, as they can range from a dream to an index number of any other product we don't know about

, but it's possible that when we stop to think that it will fit perfectly with other similar steps taken by Apple earlier.

It could be about aluminum model available in two current sizes (40 and 44mm) with the same finish with the iPhone 11 with its frame, and aluminum. The price will be similar to current aluminum models. The new product, if confirmed, will be announced this spring with the new iPad Pro and the anticipated iPhone SE2, which we've already talked to many times and may be the cheapest iPhone to date.

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