Apple reportedly plans to launch an ‘extreme sports’ Apple Watch with a larger screen and metal casing

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According to the reports, Apple plans to launch a version of “Extreme Sports” by Apple Watch this year, according to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg. Extreme Sports Watch is expected to have the company’s largest smart watch screen to date, along with a larger battery and a resistant metal housing.

The screen will measure in almost two inches diagonally, says Gurman. The extreme sports model will have approximately 7% more screen area than the largest current Apple Watch. The screen will also have a resolution of approximately 410 pixels for 502 pixels. Gurman speculates that the largest screen could be used to show more physical status metrics or information on the clock faces.

In addition, Gurman says that The Extreme Sports Watch will use a stronger metal than aluminum and will have a screen more resistant to breakage. The clock is also expected to have a larger battery to accommodate longer training times. Gurman also says that the clock is expected to improve follow -up metrics, such as the ability to detect the elevation when walking. As with the Apple Watch 8, the extreme sports model is expected to have the ability to detect fevers taking user’s body temperature.

According to the reports, the extreme sports model will be announced later this year, along with two other models, the 8 Apple Watch series and an updated version of the Apple Watch is low -end. Gurman says that the Apple Watch Series 8 will keep its 1.9 -inch diagonal screen size, while Apple Watch will stay with its current 1.78 -inch screen size. The extreme sports version of Apple Watch is expected to cost more than the standard stainless steel Apple Watch, which currently has a price of $ 699.

All the new Apple Watches will use an S8 processor with a performance similar to the S7 chip in the Apple Watch Series 7, says Gurman. Apple generally announces its new watches models in September along with its new iPhone releases.

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Gurman reported last year that Apple was considering launching an Apple Watch with a resistant housing aimed at athletes to compete with Garmin and others products.

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