The Apple Watch Series 8 will feature a larger screen and will be available in three sizes, according to PhoneArena reports, as the Series 8 will have a larger screen than the Series 7, which was unveiled recently, as Apple this year increased the sizes of the two models from 40 mm and 44 mm to 41 mm and 45 mm respectively.
The larger model has a 1.9-inch screen, up from the predecessor’s 1.78-inch screen. The new watches also feature a thinner bezel, while the Watch 7 is the first model in three years to get a larger screen, and Apple previously sold 38mm and 42mm watches. mm, and Apple Watch Series 8 may have a flat bezel design
Apple has not announced a flat screen and edges in the Watch Series 7, and this design is expected to arrive with the Apple Watch Series 8 in 2022, and the company may release three smart watches next year: the flagship Apple Watch Series 8, behind the Apple Watch SE and a solid watch targeting users athletes.
Watch Series 8 also tends to get new health features including a body temperature sensor, a fertility feature, improved irregular heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking, and upcoming models may also offer non-invasive blood sugar monitoring and a blood pressure tool, and Apple Watch could be available Series 8 as an option with a “durable case” aimed at athletes, hikers and others who use the watch in harsher conditions which can also contain a temperature sensor.
The Apple Watch accounted for 65 percent of global smartwatch revenue in 2020, and more size and larger screen options are likely to help the company maintain its position as the best seller of smartwatches.