The Apple Watch seems to have a place in the event on September 7. Although normally the September event always focused on the iPhone, it seems that Cupertino wants to take advantage of the occasion to present the Apple Watch Series 8. According to rumors, it will be a continuation of the Series 7 with the addition of a sensor of body temperature. However, a new Apple Watch Pro is also expected, which would be presented within the well-known Apple 还有一件事 at the end of the keynote.
The Apple Watch Pro will have a size and a flat screen
Rumors have practically confirmed the Apple Watch Series 8 at the event on September 7. This seventh generation of Apple’s smart watch will continue with the curved design of the Series 6 and 7. As a differential novelty between both generations, it is worth noting the possible arrival of a new body temperature sensor and functional innovations focused on women’s health.
However, a new source points out that Apple has a surprise in store for the event under the well-known ‘One More Thing’ or ‘One more thing’. It is known because Steve Jobs used this expression at the end of his presentations to announce the launch of another new device or service that no one suspected. Although lately it has not been a widely used resource if we have examples regarding this release such as the iPhone X that was presented under a One More Thing in 2017.
Apparently Tim Cook and his team will present a new smart watch model: the Apple Watch Pro. This name has been used by other sources such as the Apple Watch Edition, a special edition dedicated to extreme sports with more robust materials to be used in special situations. . The source, Macotakara, assures that this new watch will have a single size of 47 mm and its screen will be flat, as is the design of the iPhone 13, with a design quite similar to that expected two years ago with Apple’s Series 6.
At the material level, it is expected that they will use more robust materials with a titanium casing, it will have a longer battery life, it will have a larger screen and, in short, its use will be directed towards a specific audience. Without any additional information until the day of the event, we can only wait and see if Tim Cook wants to revive the One More Thing concept that has not appeared on the big screen for years.