According to a MacRumors report, recently display analyst Ross Young said that next year’s Apple Watch Series 8 may have three sizes. On Twitter, Ross Young said, “If there are three sizes next year, don’t be surprised by that time”.
Ross Young did not provide the specific details of these three sizes, but he asked users if they would like to see a “larger display”, so it is speculated that the third size will be the Apple Watch with a larger case than the one currently offered.
Apple has made minor changes to the design of the Apple Watch Series 7 in 2021. It is available in 41 mm and 45 mm cases. The previous Apple Watch models have 38 mm, 40 mm, 42 mm, and 44 mm sizes. As the case increases, the frame is also narrower and the display size is also larger.
This is the first time we have heard that Apple Watch Series 8 may come in two or more sizes. It is still unclear what new sizes Apple will provide.
Previously, it was reported that Apple Watch Series 8 may add a “sturdy case” option for athletes, hikers, and other users who use the watch under more extreme conditions than daily wear.
In addition, it may have a temperature sensor. Other health sensors that have been brewing for a period of time may also appear, such as supporting blood glucose monitoring for diabetic patients.