Apple launched the Apple Watch Series 7 with a handful of changes and a larger 41mm and 45mm screen. While a new squarer design was expected last year, it looks like Apple will be holding it back for a while. Today we heard that Apple Watch Series 8 will bring major updates to Activity Tracker and a faster chip that will power all models. Scroll down to read more details on the subject.
Apple will launch three models of Apple Watch Series 8 with a faster chip and an improved activity sensor
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in his latest Power On newsletter, Apple is expected to launch three new Apple Watch Series 8 models later this year. To be specific, the company will announce updated Apple Watch SE, Apple Watch Series 8, and an entry-level Apple Watch that is presumed to be a “rugged one”; model. Gurman suggests this year will be “the biggest in Apple Watch history since the original model,” although there won’t be any new health and fitness sensors.
I think this year will be the most important in the history of the Apple Watch since the original model. I’m looking for three new models this fall: an Apple Watch Series 8, an Apple Watch SE, and an extreme sports-oriented Apple Watch. I wouldn’t expect any major new health sensors this year, besides the possible inclusion of the oft-discussed body temperature feature. But watch out for major activity tracking updates and faster chips across the board.
While Apple spends millions on research and development, we don’t expect the company to bring a blood pressure or glucose sensor for the Series 8. However, it’s possible the company might bring a body temperature sensor. This year.
Gurman also thinks Apple will drop the Apple Watch Series 3 this year, which has been on sale for some time because it’s sold as an affordable model. Other than that, the design of the laptop will most likely remain the same as the company increased the screen size last year. That means the company could rock the same design for a bit longer. However, nothing can be said for sure at this point, as the final say is up to the company.
That’s all there is to it, folks. We will share more details on the subject as soon as new information becomes available. Share your thoughts with us in the comments.