The new Apple Watch Pro may well have a particularly prominent place during the September 7 keynote.
Apple will hold its usual annual conference on September 7 to unveil the iPhone 14. Although the four smartphones are expected to take center stage at this event, the new Apple Watch seems to be of particular importance.
A little something extra
According to Macotakara’s sources, the Apple Watch Pro could be announced at the end of the conference, during a “One More Thing“. This moment is generally intended to be significant, to leave a last good impression on the public. As 9to5Mac recalls, it was during a “One More Thing» that were unveiled the iPhone X, the first Apple Watch and Apple Music.
This means in particular that Apple has great ambitions for this product and that it should mark a certain break with previous generations of Apple Watch.
An Apple Watch Pro
This year, these are three connected watches that Apple would have planned to unveil. The Apple Watch Series 8 first, a logical evolution of the Apple Watch 7, with a new chip not only deploying better performance, but also allowing an energy saving mode. The Apple Watch SE 2 then, taking over the chassis of the 6th generation.
Finally, a variationPro” (Where “Extreme“) should also see the light of day on September 7. This new model of Apple Watch is announced by rumors as a version “sport“, with a new sensor allowing the taking of temperature, a larger screen (1.99 inch, against 1.77 inch for the traditional 45 mm version) and more neat finishes.
According to Macotakara, the design of the Apple Watch Pro would also be different. In addition to being larger (47 mm), it should adopt a screen “dish“. The borders should also be straighter, without reaching the very square side announced by certain rumors about the Apple Watch 7.
The announcement will take place on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 from 7 p.m. and will be broadcast live on YouTube. You can follow the announcements live on Frandroid.com and its Twitch channel.
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