Three new next-generation smartwatches—the Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE 2, and Apple Watch Pro—are among the devices Apple is rumoured to introduce this year. These future smartwatches are expected to include a modified design, a larger display, and a number of additional health features.
There are a lot of exciting things to look forward to at Apple’s significant Fall Out event in the upcoming 24 hours. Three new models of Apple’s upcoming smartwatches—the Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE 2, and Apple Watch Pro—are among the company’s rumoured new releases for this year.
These upcoming smartwatches will reportedly look different, have a bigger display, and have a variety of additional health features. The Pro variant of the smartwatch is purportedly aimed at extreme sports aficionados like hikers and cyclists.
It is anticipated that the smartwatch would have a massive 47mm case, a bigger battery, a sturdy flat display that won’t crack, and a titanium body. The watch is rumoured to have a flat display that is 7% larger.
The rugged model might cost between $900 and $1000, according to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg. Apple might use the watch’s plethora of additional features to justify the price rise.
The watch is expected to become available on September 16 and could make its debut alongside the new iPhone models. The Pro version, according to sources, features a larger battery that would enable the device to operate for more than 18 hours.
The S8 chip, which is rumoured to have identical specs to the S7 chip, will most likely power the Apple Watch Series 8 when it launches. The watch might last longer on a single charge thanks to the updated low-power mode in the latest series.
A fertility thermometer, blood pressure monitoring, sleep apnea diagnosis, and diabetes detection are a few of the new features that reports claim Apple is working on for forthcoming smartwatches.
However, it is unknown if these features will be present in Apple Watch Series 8. There are claims that the Apple Watch Pro may be able to identify fever.
Apple was granted a patent in August for a high-accuracy temperature sensor that will be used in the Apple Watch. The future watches from Apple will reportedly also have auto collision detection built in, which will use accelerometers as a sensor. According to reports, the most recent series will include significant enhancements to the Apple Watch’s capacity to track exercise.