Apple plans new “Apple Watch SE” models, faster, an extreme sports version
The 2021 “Apple Watch Series 7” will be faster with a better screen – and Apple is reportedly working on more health features and an extreme sports model alongside a revised entry-level Apple Watch for 2022.
Following recent claims that the “Apple Watch Series 7” should feature a redesigned chassis, a new report says the main difference is performance and screen. Without ruling out a redesign that could feature flatter edges, the new report only says the case may be slightly thicker.
According to Bloomberg, the 2021 allowance will be not be noticeable. Apple has also reportedly tested thinner bezels for the watch, as well as a new lamination method that would be the screen closer to the front cover.
Beyond that, Bloomberg claims that the new “Series 7” will feature a faster processor and some wireless connectivity improvements that includes Ultra Wideband. The previously thought-out blood sugar monitoring feature will not be in the Apple Watch 2021 and will remain for several years.
This Bloomberg The report confirms previous claims that Apple is working on a more robust Apple Watch. Unlike previous reports, however, this edition of extreme sports is now announced for 2022.
Along with this “Explorer” or “Adventure” version, Apple would also prepare a new entry-level Apple Watch for 2022. The range should then include the sports version, the revamped Apple Watch SE, as well as the “Apple Watch”. series 8. “
This 2022 “Series 8” release is expected to have a body temperature sensor, as Apple continues its efforts to add more health features to Apple Watch.
Although Apple won’t announce the new “Apple Watch Series 7” until later in the year, it has revealed at least the main details of its upcoming watchOS 8. It also focuses on health, with the introduction of ‘a new mindfulness app plus improvements to its fitness and workout features.
There is also a new gait stability feature, which measures the wearer’s gait as they walk. By tracking details over time, it can determine a person’s stability and alert them if they deteriorate.
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