Apple Watch 8 may get iPhone 13 Pro like design on launch alongside iPhone 14

    Apple Event may unveil the Apple Watch 8 with the iPhone 13 Pro design cues. Here’s how it may look.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Aug 28 2022, 17:47 IST
    Apple Event 2022: iPhone 14, Watch Series 8, AirPods Pro - what to expect at Far Out
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    1/5 The iPhone 14 series is just weeks away and leaks suggest that there will be four models - the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max or Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. (FrontPageTech)
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    2/5 But the star of the show will be the Pro version and the specs-boosted iPhone 14 Pro Max, which are expected to carry exciting and major upgrades. The new A16 Bionic chipset, 48MP primary camera, an always-on display feature, new notch-less design, and much more. (iUpdate / YouTube)
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    3/5 It is not just the iPhone 14, but the new Apple Watch series too which is expected to be unveiled with three new models: the Apple Watch Series 8; a refreshed Apple Watch SE, and a new rugged “Pro” model of the series aimed for athletes. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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    4/5 Will there be a new Airpods Pro? Some leaks say so. We haven't seen an updated version since their initial launch in 2019, and this year, Apple may finally introduce a new AirPods Pro 2 with some notable upgrades in the charging case, Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC), and more. (HT Tech)
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    5/5 We all have seen the preview of the latest iOS 16 in September. Now, Apple may finally announce the stable version of iOS 16 for all eligible iPhone users along with the release of iPhone 14. In addition to iOS 16, Apple could also release watchOS 9, but iPad users may have to wait a little longer for the iPadOS 16. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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    Apple Watch 8 to include a new Pro or rugged version. (REUTERS)

    The iPhone 14 will surely seize the spotlight during the “Far Out” event - the Apple fall event on September 7. But the new AirPods Pro 2 and Apple Watch 8 are some of the other highlights that may be launched too and it looks like they will bring some exciting surprises for Apple fans. Leaks and rumours hint that Apple's update to the new Apple Watch 8 will include a new “Pro” model aimed at athletes, hikers, and all sports enthusiasts.

    This premium, or we should say, rugged version of the Apple Watch Series 8 is expected to launch. It is expected to be launched along with the standard Apple Watch 8 and a low-cost Apple Watch SE this fall. Now, just ahead of the launch, a new report by AppleInsider claims that the new rugged version of Apple Watch Pro will have a flat screen and an updated exterior design. It is believed to be bigger and more rugged than the rest of the models - as mentioned before, it is intended for very active users. Let's delve into the details of what the new Apple Watch Series 8 Pro may look like.

    Apple Watch Series 8 Pro expected design, features and more

    A roundup of rumors on Apple Watch Series 8 Pro (rugged) model will be bigger by 7 percent than the largest standard Apple Watch model, AppleInsider said citing a Macotakara report. While another report mentioned the use of a 1.99-inch display. Surprisingly, the new version of the Watch will use a flat display with a metal casing just “like the iPhone 13 Pro”. However, this model may be available in a 47mm size only. Some previous reports claim that the Apple Watch Pro may include the use of an all-new design with the use of titanium for strength.

    The Apple Watch 8 is expected to feature an S8 chip that is said to have the same specs as the S7. Earlier, Analyst Mark Gurman tipped that it may feature a dedicated body temperature sensor. The Pro model is tipped to get a price tag of around $900.

    However, you will need to wait till the launch of the Apple Watch Series 8 along with iPhone 14 lineup on September 8 to see whether there is any truth in all these leaks.

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    First Published Date: 28 Aug, 17:47 IST
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