Apple Watch Pro Could Launch Alongside iPhone 14 Series on September 7

The Apple Watch Pro will feature a larger 47mm case, which will be the biggest ever on any Apple Watch to date.


Apple’s Far Out event for the iPhone 14 launch is slated to take place on September 7. We are only a few days away from the September Apple event where the company will announce its new iPhone models. Apple is also rumoured to launch the iPad 10-generation and the iPad Pro 2022 at the iPhone 14 launch event on September 7. A new report now claims that the new Apple Watch Pro, the company’s new line of smartwatch models will also launch alongside.

The piece of information comes from the Japanese website Mac Otakara, which also revealed some specs and features of the Watch Pro. Let’s take a look at the Apple Watch Pro specifications, features and other details known so far.

Apple Watch Pro Launch

Apple will launch its first Pro Watch at the iPhone 14 launch event, according to a new report. The smartwatch’s specs have been tipped as well. The report by Mac Otakara claims that the Watch Pro will feature a larger 47mm case, which will be the biggest ever on any Apple smartwatch to date. The current latest Apple Watch Series 7 comes with 41mm and 45mm case options.

According to reports, the Watch Pro will have a 1.99-inch display. A Bloomberg report previously claimed that the Watch Pro will have a flat display, whereas the existing Watch models will come with a slightly curved display.

Apple is said to offer a flat display on the Pro model to offer better durability and will be marketed as a rugged model designed for outdoor activities and extreme sports.

The Watch Pro could also offer a titanium casing. In addition to this, the larger form factor could make room for a bigger battery. Coupled with the new Low Power Mode, the new Watch Pro could offer more than a day’s battery life on a single charge. It is also rumoured to feature the new S8 chip under the hood. More details of the upcoming Apple Watch are expected to surface soon.