Dubbed the “Apple Watch Pro”, the model will feature a larger case size of 47mm, according to a report released today. Japanese website Mac Otakara. By comparison, the Apple Watch Series 7 is available in 41mm and 45mm case sizes.
A larger case size of 47mm results in the Apple Watch Pro having a larger screen. can measure at 1.99 inches diagonally.
Citing information from “trusted sources”, the report claims that the Apple Watch Pro will have a completely flat screen, while current Apple Watch models will have slightly curved edges around the screen. Flat design can increase the durability of Apple Watch Pro. BloombergMark Gurman reported will be a “solid” model Designed for high-impact activities such as hiking and extreme sports.
Although the 47mm case size is new information, flat screen was rumored before. Other expected features for the Apple Watch Pro include a titanium case, longer battery life, extended Low Power Mode, S8 chip and more.
Apple is expected to announce the Apple Watch Pro alongside the two standard Apple Watch Series 8 models and the iPhone 14. September 7 media event. Pricing has yet to be seen, but titanium Apple Watch models currently start at $799 in the United States, so it’s reasonable to expect a starting price of around $799 to $999.
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