Apple is expected to launch an “Apple Watch Pro” model, along with Apple Series 8 at the upcoming “Far Out” September 7 event. New reports regarding the Pro model’s design and functionality reveal that Apple Watch Pro will be available in 47mm size and feature a larger flat display and satellite support.
The current Apple Watch Series 7 has two models in 41mm and 45mm sizes which feature a curved display design and come in GPS and GPS+ Cellular options. In spite of its larger size than its predecessor Series 6 models, the Apple Watch Series 7 models are compatible with older watchbands.
However, the premium “Apple Watch Pro” will feature a redesigned display and more to set it apart from standard Apple Watch Series 8 models.
Everything we know about the new Apple Watch Pro
Previously, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg reported that the Cupertino tech giant will add a “Pro” tier to its smartwatch lineup, in addition to 2022 rugged Apple Watch models; the “expansion into a higher-end Apple Watch that sits above the standard model follows a long history of Apple widening its product portfolio with pro models.”
Now, MacTakara claims that Apple Watch Pro will be 47mm in size and feature a larger flat display in a metal casing.
The all-new Apple Watch design will have a flat display in a metal casing like the iPhone 13 Pro and will likely only be available in the 47mm size, sources said.
@UnclePan account on Weibo, a Chinese social networking site, states that the Apple Watch Pro will not be compatible with older watch bands because of its flat edge-to-edge design. That means customers of the new smartwatch will have to invest in watch bands if need more than one.
#AppleWatchPro# As far as I know, there is a watch with a screen size of 47mm/48mm this year, the strap is the same as the old one, but the new strap will be wider, so it can be seen that the probability of *shhh emoji
In his latest newsletter, Gurman claims that the tech giant will add long-rumored satellite connectivity support to the new Pro watch model. Firstly, it was been reported that Apple would feature satellite support in iPhone 13, and now it is said that iPhone 14 would come with advanced connectivity support.