Apple Watch Pro will feature a redesign, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. This will be the first time that the company has redesigned the wearable since 2018.
Although, officially, the watch is among the Apple Watch Series 8 that enthusiasts and industry analysts believe that the company will launch in September 2022 or early 2023, its projected high-end specs have earned it the tag ‘Pro’.
Gurman claims that his sources mention a new design that does away with the flat sides that Apple watches usually have. As he puts it in his Power On newsletter, “…it also won’t have those rumored flat sides, [marking] an evolution of the current rectangular shape.”
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In addition, the coming watch will have a bigger screen than the previous Series 7 model and will also be all-around larger. Meanwhile, its body will be made out of titanium to make it tougher and more durable for extreme sports.
Also, it is fitted with a bigger battery and supports a low power mode that will allow the Apple Watch Pro to go several days on one charge. There is a rumoured body temperature sensor as well that gives the watch additional pecks in the health department.
As recent reports have sown, the Apple Watch could save your life, and the company is adding several features to make sure that it does just that.
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