What will the new large Apple Watch that Apple is going to present be called?

The company is rumored to introduce a 47-millimeter Apple Watch model with a 1.99-inch screen.

Less and less is missing for the celebration of Apple’s special September event in which the company will present its new line of iPhone 14 and other electronic devices such as the Apple Watch Series 8.

Over the last few months it has been rumored that Apple is going to present a model premium of Apple Watch with a bigger screenexclusive features and other design changes.

This renewed smartwatch belonging to the Apple Watch Series 8 family will change its design and also its nomenclature. According to some media, its name will be Apple Watch Pro but… does it really fit the marketing strategy that Apple needs? Otherwise, What will this new version of the Apple Watch be called?

The arrival of the Apple Watch Pro could mean the disappearance of the Apple Watch Edition

What will the new version of Apple Watch be called?

Apple Watch

This version of the smartwatch will have a significantly larger screen.

Colloquially referred to as “Apple Watch Pro,” this smartwatch will be one of the big surprises at September’s “Far Out” event. Along with the new Apple iPhone 14, smartwatches will make a star appearance in order to dazzle the spectators – in theory there will be no attendees since it is a streaming previously filmed and broadcast online – with all kinds of novelties and changes in its design.

Initially, this new version of Apple Watch was described as a smartwatch especially dedicated to extreme sports athletes due to its dimensions, hardware, and other design features.

The nomenclature of this Apple Watch that has circulated the most on the network has been “Apple Watch Pro”, but usually these types of rumors usually come from the supply chain and not directly from the company itself. Although, sometimes Apple leaks certain data on purpose to probe the market.

The usual thing is that its nomenclature is kept as a secret under lock and key until its presentation at the special event. But some media like 9to5mac suggest that his name could be Apple Watch Series X, Apple Watch Extreme o Apple Watch Max. In addition, it could also include the “Series 8” nomenclature.

What news will this special Apple Watch have?

Apple Watch Pro

Concepto de Apple Watch Pro

As suggested by the latest leaks, this version of Apple Watch Series 8 will have a case of 47 millimeters and a screen 1.99 inches. This is a big change, considering that the largest version of the Apple Watch Series 7 has dimensions of 45 millimeters and a screen of 1.77 inches.

It is expected to have a design with greater durability and rumors highlight that it will be made with titanium. Additionally, you may have the flat edges like the latest generations of iPhone and a battery life much older.

The presentation event of the new iPhone and Apple Watch models will be held on the day September 7th through a streaming online broadcast from Apple Park. How could it be otherwise, from iPadízate we will carry out a wide coverage of this keynote so that you don’t miss a single detail about all the hardware news that the signature of the bitten apple logo will offer us. Do you also want to see it as much as we do? What do you think this great Apple Watch will be called?


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