Apple’s next generation of wearables, the Apple Watch Series 8, might come in three sizes, according to analyst Ross Young. The various iterations of the Apple Watch have all been offered in two versions up to this point.
On Twitter, screen market analyst Ross Young says that next year’s Apple Watch won’t be “surprised” if it comes in three sizes. The analyst didn’t go into depth, but he asked if customers wanted the Apple Watch Series 8 to have “a bigger screen.”
The Apple Watch was initially being offered in two sizes: 38 mm and 42 mm. Apple later released 40 and 44-millimeter versions. The Apple Watch Series 7, which comes in 41 and 45 mm sizes, was altered this year. As a result, it’s reasonable to assume that the Apple Watch Series 8 will retain these two sizes while introducing a third choice.
Other speculations regarding this upcoming linked watch are also circulating. It will include additional health management capabilities, such as body temperature tracking, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Of course, having a clean heart is premature. The Apple Watch Series 7 is due to hit the market soon, with a release date scheduled for October 15.