In recent weeks, information about Apple’s next high-end Apple Watch Series 8 model has started filtering out. The wearable will have the biggest display Apple has ever shipped on a smartwatch, according to a report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman that was published at the beginning of the month. Consequently, it could also have a fresh appearance.
Gurman says there will be a new design for the Apple Watch “Pro” in his most current Power On email. Since launching the Series 4 in 2018, the business hasn’t updated its wearable line. In order to accommodate a screen that is 7% larger, Gurman observes that the new model will be “a good bit bigger” than Apple’s existing Series 7 handsets. He continues, saying the makeover will be “an evolution of the current rectangular shape,” and that it “also won’t have the rumoured flat sides.”
Additionally, it is said that Apple would use “a more durable formulation of titanium” for the watch’s case, which could improve its suitability for extreme activities. Gurman asserts that the Apple Watch Pro might last for many days on a single charge with a larger battery and Apple’s long-rumored “Low Power Mode.” The speculated body temperature sensor that Apple is preparing for the entire Series 8 series will also be included.
One of the numerous devices Apple is allegedly working on for the fall and beyond is a high-end Apple Watch. The company intends to release a “deluge” of gadgets throughout the course of the following year, according to Gurman. A replacement for the original HomePod is one of the company’s most prominent upcoming releases.