More boring than me and the soles of my two feet, just the last ones iPhones. In recent years, the apple changed the rounded edges of the iPhone to resume the old design, with more squared, more “flattened” edges. The manufacturer wants to take the standard to other of its devices, and an example of this is iPad Mini 6, released last year. Now the manufacturer must “flatten” the future Apple Watch Series 8.
Apple Watch Series 8 would be the only redesign in Apple’s portfolio in 2022
There is one thing in common in the rumors of releases from apple for this year: no changes in the look of the products. The exception is the Apple Watch Series 8, and maybe your age justifies it. Since the launch in 2015 the smartwatch keeps the design inspired by the iPhone 6, with rounded edges. While the iPad 10, iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 5 will only have a redesign in the following years, the apple should flatten the edges of the Apple Watch Series 8, whose release should take place together with the series iPhone 14, there in September. In November there was a rumor that the new smartwatch will have three different sizes.
See a comparison between the rendering of the series 8, made by Apple Insider, it’s the Apple Watch Series 7.
In the first image, the Apple Watch 7. In the second, the rendering of the Apple Watch Series 8 (Source: Apple Insider).
Apple Watch Series 7 was announced in September 2021
You Apple Watch Series 7 use the same processor as the series 6, but brings improvements over the previous model. the battery of Apple smartwatch now loads 33% faster. THE series 7 It can be charged to 80% in 45 minutes and needs only 8 minutes for a sufficient charge for 8 hours. Heart monitoring, ECG, blood oxygen and sleep monitoring features are more accurate due to app and sensor updates.
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Source: Apple Insider