Love it or loathe it, but Apple Watch Series 8 may get massive display!
Apple Watch Series 8 is tipped to get a massive 2-inch display! And this may not be quite to the linking of many fans. Just check out what this Apple Watch Series 8 leak is all about.
Apple Watch Series 8 rumours and leaks are spreading like wildfire as we are nearing its launch. Recently, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg shared an interesting insight that Apple has been planning to add a body-temperature detection sensor on the upcoming Apple Watch Series 8. The gadget will alert you to visit a doctor if you have a fever. Well, that may excite Apple fans who are waiting for the next smartwatch, but the other leaks and rumours may be concerning for many!
According to DSCC's Ross Young and Haitong International Securities's Jeff Pu, Apple is working on a larger display on the next Apple Watch Series 8 model. The latest predictions say that the Apple Watch Series 8 will likely feature a bigger 45mm display - almost 2 inches! And this may not be a good match for many due to its large size. A MacRumors report suggests that a 1.99-inch Apple Watch display size in comparison to the current 1.901-inches (45mm) display size of the Apple Watch Series 7 will offer additional space diagonally on the new Apple Watch Series 8, which is almost an increase of 5 percent.
In the late 2021, Ross Young mentioned that Apple may offer three display sizes options with the Watch Series 8. However, it is still unclear, if Apple will offer 41mm, 45mm, and 50mm versions or not. Besides, the size of the Apple Watch Series 8, famous Apple analyst had tipped a few days back that it may make hardware changes in the Apple Watch, but these will probably be minor. He mentioned that the S8 chip inside of the Apple Watch Series 8 will match the 2021 S7 chip in performance.
Well, we are still a few months away from the launch of the next Apple Watch Series 8, and new leaks will keep on happening till the final product is finally launched. So, it will be interesting to see what Apple has actually planned for the Watch Series 8.
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