Apple watch pro is rumored to feature a bigger display and body temperature sensor. The high-end wearable is also rumored to be introducing the company’s first major design since 2018.
Apple Watch Pro Is Rumored To Feature a Bigger Display and Body Temperature Sensor
Tech company Apple is well over the moon as it prepares to unveil three of its smartwatches this fall which are the new SE, Series 8, and lastly a high-end model that is called the apple watch pro. The latter of the watches will feature a significant redesign, a body temperature sensor, longer battery life and so many more other updates as per a Sunday report from Mark Gurman of Bloomberg.
Mark Gurman Reports
Gurman reported that the high-end screen of the apple watch will be 7% bigger than the normal standard model and that it will also sport a fresh design that will be an “evolution of the current rectangular shape” without it being circular. Another rumor currently making the rounds about the apple watch pro is that it will feature a more durable titanium type of body.
The High-End Apple Watch Health Features
The high-end apple watch in regard to its health features is said to be having a body temperature sensor. Prior reports from Bloomberg seem to suggest that the sensor will be able to detect fevers and also tell what time to check with a dedicated thermometer or even consult a physician or doctor.
One other feature to expect from the apple watch pro is that it may offer a longer battery life s well. Gurman in this regard suggests that the high-end apple watch will support multiple daily uses on a single charge via a newly developed power mode.
In regards to the release date for the upcoming apple smartwatches, Apple has yet to announce a release date. But rumors however point to a launch in fall alongside the AirPods Pro 2 and the iPhone 14.