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Target ad placeholders reference upcoming ‘new’ iPhone and Apple Watch Series 6

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Target ad placeholders reference upcoming ‘new’ iPhone and Apple Watch Series 6Retailers are preparing for the release of new Apple products this fall by leaving placeholder spaces available in their weekly advertisements. This week, Target mistakenly published its weekly advertisement containing placeholder references to the impending Apple Watch Series 6. The ad also leaves space for a “new” iPhone release, though that is not actually excepted this week.

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News video: What Do We Know About The New Apple Watches?

What Do We Know About The New Apple Watches? 00:29

The new Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE launched on September 15 during Apple's virtual press conference. The new Series 6 Watch will start at $399 and the Apple Watch SE will start at $279. Business Insider reports that both of the new smartwatches will be available to preorder on September...

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