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Display Analyst Suggests Apple Watch Series 8 Could Be in Three Sizes

Display Analyst Suggests Apple Watch Series 8 Could Be in Three Sizes

Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 7 last month, but details about next year’s Apple Watch Series 8 are starting to blossom. According to a screen analyst, the Apple Watch Series 8 will be available in three different sizes. At this time, the Apple Watch Series 7 comes in two sizes. Scroll down to read more details on this topic.

Apple can offer three sizes with the Apple Watch Series 8

Apple Watch Series 7 pre-orders launched a few days ago and users are already starting to receive shipping notifications ahead of Friday’s launch. To date, Apple Watches have been presented in two sizes. According to supply analyst Ross Young People shouldn’t be surprised “if there are three sizes next year” for the Apple Watch Series 8.

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Ross Young did not provide details on what size we can expect next year. Instead, it asked if users would like to see a “bigger screen”. The new addition is likely to be the largest in size compared to the current models. This year, Apple has slightly improved the size of the Apple Watch Series 7 and is available in 41mm and 45mm options. Previously, the company offered 38mm, 40mm, 42mm and 42mm options with larger dials.

This is the first time we’ve heard that Apple can offer a larger Apple Watch in addition to existing models. Since the news is recent at the moment, we’re not sure how Apple will implement the change. It’s interesting to see that the news about the Apple Watch Series 8 is starting to trickle in, while the Series 7 has yet to arrive.

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Apple could also offer a new “powerful” model of Apple Watch to customers with strenuous fitness activities in the future. Once we have more information, we’ll share more details about sizes 8. That’s it for now, folks. Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.