The Apple Watch Series 8 will be launching in September along with the new iPhone 14 range and now it looks like we have more details about the device.
According to a recent report by Ross Young and Haitong International Securities Jeff Pu, the new Apple Watch will be getting a slightly larger display.
The Apple Watch Series 8 will apparently get a 5 percent larger display than the current Apple Watch Series 7.
This year’s Apple Watch is also expected to get a number of other upgrades over the current model, this will include a new processor and more.
The new Apple Watch is also rumored to get a raneg of new design updates, it may come with flatter edges and a flatter watch face overall.
The last thing we heard about the new Apple Watch 8 was that it will come with some major new health features. There are suggestions that the new features will include blood pressure monitoring, a thermometer for sleep tracking and fertility, diabetes detection and sleep apnea detection, and more. If you have been experiencing issues with your Apple Watch and would like to know how to restart an Apple Watch or force restart your wearable, you might find our quick guide handy.
There are also rumors of a new rugged version of the Apple Watch designed for extreme sports and more, we are looking forward to finding out more details bout the next-generation Apple Watch.
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