Actually, Apple is experiencing a minor setback with the Apple Watch. At long last, the bitten apple firm must halt sales of the Apple Watch 9 and Ultra 2 in the US.
Despite this setback, Apple is still hard at work on the Apple Watch 10, which will reportedly have a plethora of upgrades.
Redesigns of the strap connectors are supposedly in the works for the upcoming Apple Watch 10, or Apple Watch X, to name a few. According to Kosutami’s X profile, an Apple specialized informant, this is the case.
Connectors of next generation of Watch has completely redesigned…
Literally if you have old bands now, just sell it🤷♀️It’s 100% accurate
— Kosutami (@KosutamiSan) December 20, 2023
This adjustment is being made because the current connectors take up too much space. Not only that, but it’s not alone in making that claim. Notable Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman also foresaw this shift in August of last year.
After years of subtly tweaking the appearance of its iconic watch with features like a bigger screen and rounded edges, Apple is likely to take a risk with a brand new design.
Marking the tenth anniversary of the unveiling of the Apple Watch, 2024 is going to be a momentous year for Apple. The initial model was introduced in 2014, but it wasn’t until 2015 that it was made available for purchase.
Countless features, many of which pertain to health and fitness, have been added to the watch since then. Redesign aside, word on the street is that the Apple Watch Series 10 will be getting some serious software upgrades as well.
Those at a higher risk for hypertension and sleep apnea will find two of the most talked-about upgrades—the ability to identify these conditions—to be highly appealing.
A few more years will pass before the Apple Watch gets features like the much-anticipated blood glucose testing.
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