Even though the Apple Watch Series 7 was only recently launched, we’re eagerly anticipating the next generation, nicknamed the Apple Watch Series 8. In contrast to the current model, the next-generation smartwatch could be completely redesigned. But, there is always room for improvement, however, it’s still the finest smartwatch on the market right now.
Here’s everything we know about Apple Watch Series 8.
Apple Watch Series 8 Cost and Launch Date Predictions
Apple Watch Series 8 will not be available for quite some time. In September 2021, the iPhone 13 line as well as the Apple Watch Series 7 were announced at the same event. The next device is expected to be released at about the same time in 2022.
We estimate a $399 base price for the smaller variant. We’re looking forward to the launch of the Apple Watch Series 8 and will keep you updated on the latest news and rumors.
Take a look at Apple Watches base prices:
- Apple Watch Series 7 (41mm, Aluminium, GPS) – £369 / $399
- Apple Watch Series 7 (45mm, Aluminium, GPS) – £399 / $429
- Apple Watch Series 7 (41mm, Aluminium, GPS + Cellular) – £469 / $499
- Apple Watch Series 7 (45mm, Aluminium, GPS + Cellular) – £499 / $529
Apple Watch Series 8 Design
Despite all the rumors and leaks, the Apple Watch Series 7 appearance was identical to the Apple Watch Series 6. That is to say, it has rounded edges and a similar general look to the previous model, save from the larger screen.
The Apple Watch Series 8 could cause a change in that. According to speculations, Apple Watch Series 7 customization would be delayed until next year. This suggests that an Apple Watch packing a flat screen will be released next year, following the design of the latest iPad and iPhone models.
Don't be surprised if there are 3 sizes next year…
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) October 12, 2021
Apple Watch 2022 Specs- What We Can Expect?
The Apple Watch Series 7’s features were not considerably upgraded over the Series 6’s. This could change in Series 8.
A speedier processor isn’t required for the Apple Watch, but it would be more beneficial in the long run if it had one. Apple’s newest dual-sided System-on-a-Chip for the Series 7 was supposed to improve the device’s battery performance. In the future, we might see similar technology in Series 8. Let’s wait and see what happens.
The battery performance of the Apple Watch Series 8 could be extended if this battery technology is implemented. Long battery life is critical since the Apple Watch measures sleep, making it more essential than ever.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is working on a new technology for the Apple Watch and iPhone that can detect whether you’ve been through a car crash and instantly ring 911 for you.
The Apple Watch has often been rumored to have superior fitness tracking features. According to reports, the Apple Watch will likely be able to monitor blood glucose levels, which could help owners control or identify diabetes. We’ll have to wait and see whether Series 8 brings any new fitness monitoring features to the table.
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