Although the presentation of Apple Watch Series 5 during the keynote of the iPhone 11 was quite concise, and everything seemed to point to the clock was only a minor update, whose main novelty was the screen always on, the truth is that it is an interesting set-up that hides inside much more than it seems at first glance.
The truth is that although it has maintained the design, Apple has improved all internal aspects of the clock, including the processor, which now includes a 64-bit dual core S5, up to 2 times faster than the S3 processor, which also incorporates the W3 chip we saw in the AirPods 2.
The S5 also improves battery consumption and efficiency, making it one of the important points to keep the screen always on and continue with those autonomy marks that allow you to use the Watch throughout the day.
What keeps, of course, are the other connectivity options: BLE 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11b / g / n at 2.4 GHz. Nor has it been included, we assume that for reasons of space, the new U1 space chip that does mount the new iPhone 11 Pro, and that can be decisive for the future of the location of the company's devices.
In addition, the new Apple Watch Series 5 have increased their storage capacity, used for applications, downloaded music or photos, from the 16GB we had so far at 32GB of storage, enough to keep a fairly large music library in high quality if we use the reference of Apple Music