The redesigned ‘flat’ Apple Watch redesign could eventually come to Series 8
When the Apple Watch Series 7 was unveiled in 2021 with much the same design and features as the Series 6, the rumor mills are again hopeful that this year’s update will feature a big new design. A recent report now states that from 2015, the softly curved edges in each model will be replaced in the Series 8 with sharp and flattering and consistent with the design language of current iPhones and iPads.
‘Shrimp ApplePro’ liqueur earlier this week Tweet: “Today I heard from a source that Apple Watch has a flat front glass display for display. This is highly likely to be the front glass of the Apple Watch Series 8.
It was, in turn, picked up by John Prosser, who discussed the approval of the rumor in Tuesday’s episode of Front Page Tech. This is surprising because this new report presents a shot of attestation in favor of the expansion, who was the main cheerleader of the redesign rumors in May last year. “Until the very last second,” he said, “everyone was 99% expecting a flat Apple Watch. But then.”
When Series 7 appeared, it was basically a Series 6 that had a slightly larger screen. No flat edges. No big new design. No new processors. It’s not just the spread that is wrong — other big-analysts and leakers, including Mark Gurman and Ming-Chi Kuo, agree with his claim. And, as Prasar now mentions, he said On time The leak he got may actually apply to Series 8.
If ShrimpApplePro gets it right, redemption may be at hand and the theories may be true. It should be noted that ShrimpApplePro, although a relatively unproven liqueur that has not yet been tracked on AppleTrack for accuracy, accurately reported the iPhone 14 Pro’s Peel + Hole cutout display last September, long before other outlets confirmed the change.
The new Apple Watch is expected to launch in September with a new “rude” option and possibly a skin temperature sensor. You can keep up with the latest rumors with our Apple Watch Series 8 Guide.