Details about Apple’s upcoming high-end variant of the Apple Watch Series 8 have been trickling out in recent weeks. According to a report Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman published at the beginning of the month, the wearable will feature the Apple has never shipped on a smartwatch. As a result, it may also include a new design.
In his most recent , Gurman says the Apple Watch “Pro” will incorporate a fresh design. The company hasn’t redesigned its wearable line since it introduced the in 2018. Gurman notes the new model will be “a good bit bigger” than Apple’s current one models to accommodate a screen that is seven percent larger. “It also won’t have those rumored flat sides,” he adds, noting the redesign will represent “an evolution of the current rectangular shape.”
Additionally, Apple will reportedly employ “a more durable formulation of titanium” for the casing that should make the smartwatch better suited for extreme sports. With a bigger battery and Apple’s long-rumored “Low Power Mode,” Gurman says the Apple Watch Pro could go multiple days on a single charge. It will also include the Apple is preparing for the entire Series 8 line.
A high-end Apple Watch is one of many products Apple is reportedly working on for the fall and beyond. Gurman previously said the company plans to release a “deluge” of devices over the next year. Among the more notable items the company has on the way includes a .
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