Will the Apple Watch grow this year?

Will the Apple Watch grow this year?

We told you about it just a few days ago; Apple is about to change the size of its new Apple Watch, abandoning the 40 and 44 mm format to gain a small millimetre and offer two dials of 41 and 45 mm.

Released a few days ago, this rumour quickly gained momentum, and several analysts of the apple brand have today confirmed it. According to them, there is no doubt that the next Apple Watch, the Series 7, will feature a dial that is one millimetre larger.

As a reminder, when the Apple Watch Series 4 was released in 2018, Apple had already changed the size of the dial of its watch from 38 and 42 to 40 and 44 mm.

Today, it is the well-known Duan Rui who posted on his Twitter account images of a prototype Apple Watch Series 7 with the nomination “45 mm”, which confirms the announcement made a few days ago by UnclePan on the Chinese social network Weibo.

A new sensor

While Apple’s back-to-school keynote should probably take place on Tuesday, September 14, there are likely to be many announcements in Cupertino during this presentation evening. In addition to the iPhone 13, which like every year, will be the star of the event, Apple should take the opportunity to present its new Apple Watch so, but also a new generation of AirPods as well as MacBook Pro from 14 and 16 inches, although not all Apple specialists are sure when these computers will launch.

Regarding the connected watch, the significant change this year should once again be in our health. A sensor capable of measuring the sugar level in the blood should make its arrival in the watch. This sensor has been awaited for years by the millions of people with diabetes who hope to find in the new Apple Watch a non-intrusive way to monitor their state of health during the day.

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