Apple Watch Pro is arguably the most awaited gadget that is said to launch at the iPhone 14 series ‘Far Out’ launch event on Wednesday. Apple has launched several bands to go with the smartwatch and they also come with support for different watch faces. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple Watch Pro will get exclusive bands and watch faces. Meanwhile, in another development related to Apple Watch, the Cupertino-based company is reported to launch a new model which is said to be “cheaper than Apple Watch SE”.
The first report comes from Gurman, who tweeted That the Apple Watch Pro will have a new set of bands that are “going to be pretty comprehensive and play into the extreme sports theme.” He also adds that there will also be “some pretty information dense faces for fitness metrics”. By dense faces, they can mean watch faces that show different metrics on the homescreen. There is no clarity on this.
He further added that the smartwatch “will not have flat sides and they are rounded like the Apple Watch Series 7.” He further claims that there will be a new button on the left side which is programmable. This means you can program that particular button to perform a specific task, such as open a particular app.
Second development a. comes from report good by The New York Times, 9to5mac . Through, It reportedly says that Apple will launch a new Apple Watch model that will be “cheaper than the Apple Watch SE” and “compete more aggressively for younger smartwatch customers.” The company clearly wants to ride on the growing popularity of parents asking their kids to “use devices as stopgap cellphones for kids” as a way to “reduce issues like short-screen Internet addiction”. be wearable.
“The model will be offered alongside other new versions of the watch, including a high-end wearable for serious athletes that will rival fitness trackers made by its competitor, Garmin,” the report said. Both the Apple Watch Pro and the supposedly affordable Apple Watch model will reportedly launch alongside the Apple Watch Series 8 at a ‘far out’ event, which will also mark the debut of the iPhone 14 series on September 7 (Wednesday).