Apple Watch 6 continues to be talked about, not so much because of the possible features, but rather for the launch window that will be chosen by Apple. At the moment, in fact, the two conflicting currents suggest that the next Cupertino smartwatch could be presented either as early as next week – through the publication of the press release on the Apple website -, or even in October, together with the next iPhone 12.
To think in this way is also the well-known leaker L0vetodream, who seems to argue that Apple Watch 6 won't be unveiled this month, going against other whistleblowers like komiya is Prosser. L0vetodream seems very convinced of his indiscretion, to the point of responding in a rather piquant way to those who point out the discrepancy with the rumors reported by the other two sources.
there is no Watch this month
– 有 没有 搞 措 (@ L0vetodream) September 2, 2020
Net of this, we also believe that the launch of Apple Watch 6 can take place in conjunction with the presentation of the next generation iPhones, now also expected for October. The Cupertino house is placing more and more emphasis on its wearable and it is hardly credible that it reserves a treatment usually adopted for products of lower end, such as the iPhone SE and iPads not belonging to the Pro line (Air 4 and the base model could be presented just like that).
Beyond that, the watchOS 7 beta program is still far from over – unless a Golden Master comes up today – and it's plausible that Apple will choose to dedicate a portion of its next keynote to the capabilities of its new watch. We just have to wait a few days for confirmation or denial.