It is just a month until Apple’s annual fall event. Each year, the Cupertino-based tech giant holds an event where it launches the latest iPhones, Watch Series, iPad Pro’s, and even a MacBook. Many details regarding the iPhone 15 lineup have been revealed through leaks and rumors. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman shares information about upcoming Apple products in his weekly newsletter, ‘Power On’. He has revealed details about the upcoming Apple Watch Series 9 this time around.

According to Gurman’s latest newsletter, Apple will launch three smartwatches this year. Three models of Apple Watch Series 9 are available, including 41mm and 45mm versions, as well as the second-generation Apple Watch Ultra. This year, the company will not release the Watch SE 3. Apple has a tradition of releasing SE devices every two years, which is not surprising. In 2020, the Watch SE was introduced, and its successor, the second generation, was released in 2018. It is therefore expected that the third-generation Watch SE will be introduced in the coming year.

Based on Gurman’s report, the three upcoming Apple Watch models will be powered by the new S9 processor. The new Watch Series 9 is said to deliver significant performance improvements over the current generation Watch Series 8. For the first time since Series 6, Gurman notes that performance will be improved.

The Apple Watch Ultra 2 is expected to be available in a dark titanium color option. It had been tested on the last year’s model, however, it was eventually dropped due to the designers’ dislike of its appearance. It has been reported that the second-generation Ultra will be lighter than its predecessor.