Surprise! Specs of Apple Watch 8 Pro LEAKED just before Apple Event 2022; price may be as much as iPhone 14
Apple Watch Series 8 renders leaked hours before Apple’s Far Out event. Know the last-minute details here.
This is what Apple Watch 8 Pro could look like! So far, we have heard a couple of rumours and leaks trying to indicate what the next Apple Watch may look like. Many suggested that Apple is working on an upscaled version of Apple Watch, the Pro version of the Apple Watch series. Now, new renders leaked on Twitter offer a close look at the Apple Watch Pro which is going to be revealed during Apple's "Far Out" event today along with the launch of the iPhone 14 series.
Tipster Ian Zelbo in a collaboration with Parker Ortolani shared the images and text on his Twitter account with expected visuals of Apple's website after its launch. The recent renders talk about the timepiece and the latest claims about its casing. As per the render, the Apple Watch Pro will feature a titanium case, which has been mentioned earlier in rumours. While the side of the Apple Watch looks flat.
Apple Watch Series 8 Pro price
We have heard several tipsters and experts talking about the expected price for the upcoming Apple Watch Series 8. And its Pro version, which has the most upgraded features, a larger display, and a new design, is likely to be the one with the highest price. Previous reports suggested that it may cost as much as an iPhone 14. And the latest renders also echoed the earlier price claims that the Apple Watch Pro may launch at a starting price of $999.
Apple Watch Series 8 Pro expected features
The Apple Watch Series 8 Pro model is expected to be bigger by 7 percent than the standard Apple Watch model. It is expected to be available in 47mm or 49mm in size. Renders now suggest that it may have a Retina display and will support apps like Hiking and Safari to explore the physical and digital worlds. Besides that, 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 to detect fever for the first time.