In the next two months, Apple is expected to unveil three new Apple Watches , including the rumored Apple Watch Pro.
This new model is a durable Apple Watch and is made for users who play "extreme sports," which would be the company's new bet for a specific group of customers. Now, in his latest Power On newsletter, Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman has revealed details about this product.

9to5Mac has reported that the new Apple Watch Pro will feature a larger display, longer battery life, and a new body temperature sensor. Gurman believes this Apple Watch can last for days on a single charger thanks to its low-power mode.

What's interesting here is that the Bloomberg journalist said Apple will introduce "an evolution of the current rectangular shape, not a circle" , which means this Apple Watch Pro will have a new design, but not features the previously rumored flat edges for the Apple Watch series 7 series.
“I was told that the premium model would be slightly larger than the standard Apple Watch – large enough that it might only appeal to a small group of customers. The screen will be about 7% larger and the device will have a fresh look, and this will be the first time the company has introduced a new Apple Watch design since 2018. This will be an evolution of the rectangular shape. current rather than circular. It also won't have that rumored flat edge. In terms of materials, the watch will have a more durable titanium frame to make it more sturdy.”

And yet, although the body temperature sensor will probably be integrated on the Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch Pro, Mark Gurman said the company will not bring any changes to the other sensors.

He reports that "blood pressure technology probably won't be available until 2025" and that "glucose functionality may not be ready until near the end of the decade."

With that, Apple will likely have a hard time introducing new features as it's been two years since the addition of the new sensor and the company is rumored to be using the same Apple Watch Series 6 chip on the new Apple Watch.


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