Current Apple Watch bands may not fit the Apple Watch Pro

Enrique, 30 August 2022

Apple is expected to be announcing a new Apple Watch at an iPhone event next week. In addition to the standard refreshed Apple Watches, analysts claim that a rumored Apple Watch “Pro” will be featured during the livestream, one that might use premium materials and may retail for over $900. It will have a larger 47mm case (the Series 7 Apple watch comes in 41mm and 45mm versions).

Apple Watch Pro is said to be announced during the September 7 event

Due to the size of this larger Apple Watch Pro, it will likely come with a wider band, and it is reported that existing Apple Watch bands will not properly fit this new rumored Apple Watch. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims this in a Tweet on Monday morning.

Back in July, Gurman reported that this new Apple Watch will have a shatter-proof display and its casing will be made of titanium. It was also reported that that watch would be one designed to be more rugged. A post from Apple Hub on Twitter shows us a mockup of the supposed Apple Watch Pro, with a note that it is expected to have flat sides and a flat display.

The Watch Pro is also expected to have a larger battery and its size may be too large for most Apple Watch users. Otherwise, the new Watch Pro is rumored to equip a body-temperature sensor. Meanwhile, we still don’t know much about the standard Series 8 watches. The Apple Watch Series 7 was light on updates boasting smaller bezels, faster charging, and a more rounded design.

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Reader comments

Those who want to will buy this watch. No need to complain. The market has always had different types of apples(pun intended). If you dislike those there are many other options

  • Anonymous
  • 30 Aug 2022
  • XUn

What an innovation!!! Can any chinese brand innovative something near this? Can they design a watch which won't match bands from previous watch??? That's the new feature, new innovation for those i

  • Anonymous
  • 30 Aug 2022
  • a0V

Thats more of a OS issue. Older Tizen based Galaxy Watches also lasted much longer than the current WearOS ones. Both Watch OS and WearOS have some beyond terrible battery optimisation issues.

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