Apple Watch 'Extreme Sports' Version Name Tipped, May Cost as Much as iPhone 13 Pro: Report

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Apple Watch's 'Extreme Sports' Version, which is tipped to launch alongside other versions later this year, will get a “Pro” tier just like its smartphones, laptops, tablets and earphones. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman states that the Apple's rugged watch may be

Apple Watch's 'Extreme Sports' Version, which is tipped to launch alongside other versions later this year, will get a “Pro” tier just like its smartphones, laptops, tablets and earphones. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman states that the Apple's rugged watch may be called the Apple Watch Extreme or Apple Watch Max or Apple Watch Explorer Edition or the Apple Watch Pro. He also claims that it will have ‘pro' features such as a larger and more shatter-resistant display which will increase its cost and it may cost as much as the iPhone 13 Pro Zalo

The Apple Watch Pro is said to have a larger display than the current-generation models, and will be available in two sizes, including one with a bigger display. It will also have new sensors which will include an altimeter as well as a barometer. The sensors will help the watch to gather data about your body and environment while you are moving around.

The Apple Watch Pro is expected to include improved battery life thanks to a new processor that's reportedly being developed by TSMC. The company's new chip will be manufactured on 7nm process technology, which is expected to improve battery life and performance of the watch.

The watch will be compatible with a new magnetic charging cable, which will connect to the back of the watch via a new port. The Apple Watch Pro will also include a new Wi-Fi chip that supports 802.11ac and 5GHz networks.

Apple is expected to release the next-generation Apple Watch models in September, alongside its next-generation iPhones.

This particular Apple Watch is set to sport “a larger and more shatter-resistant display, enhanced hiking and swim tracking, longer battery life and a heftier and rugged case made from a premium, non-aluminum metal material (probably titanium given it's much more durable than steel),” Gurman says. It is also said to cater to extreme sports athletes and will probably go against the likes of premium Garmin wearables. The pro model is set to offer better performance, larger screens plus, and command a higher price.

The Apple Watch Series 3 is said to be available in two sizes, with 38mm and 42mm models. It will be powered by a new dual-core processor and will feature LTE support for the first time.

As for the Apple Watch Series 4, it's said to feature a 15% larger display, improved waterproofing and an updated design. Other than that, not much is known about the wearable's internals or design language. We'll have to wait until September to find out more details.

Apple Watch Series 4 will be available in three sizes: 40mm and 44mm, just like the previous generation.

As far as the Apple Watch Series 3 is concerned, it will be available in two sizes: 38mm and 42mm.

The Apple Watch Series 3 will feature a new dual-core processor, while LTE support has been confirmed by the company itself.

The Apple Watch Series 4 is set to feature a 15% larger display with rounded corners and thinner bezels. It is said to sport an updated design with slimmer bezels and an edge-to-edge display.

In terms of battery life, we're looking at a 50% boost over the previous generation of Apple Watches.

All models are said to come with a new ceramic finish, while stainless steel could also make a comeback as an option for Apple Watch Edition owners.

An improved accelerometer is set to "more accurately track elevation."
A new barometric altimeter will measure relative elevation.

A built-in electrical heart rate sensor is said to be more responsive, plus it will support electrocardiogram (ECG) apps.

The Apple Watch Series 4 will be available in three colors: gold, silver, and space gray.

Apple Watch Series 4 is rumored to feature a 1.78-inch display with a resolution of 312 x 390 pixels, while the Apple Watch Series 3 is said to come with 1.5-inch and 1.65-inch displays with resolutions of 272 x 340 pixels and 312 x 390 pixels respectively.

The Apple Watch Series 4 could feature a slightly larger battery at 397 mAh compared to the 38mm model's 334 mAh battery and the 42mm model's 371 mAh battery in the Apple Watch Series 3.

The Apple Watch Series 4 could feature an accelerometer, gyroscope, heart rate sensor, ambient light sensor, GPS/GLONASS receiver, Wi-Fi chip and an NFC chip for wireless payments via Apple Pay. The device may also pack an altimeter for measuring relative elevation climbed or descended via third party apps such as Strava or Runkeeper.

Apple may release a new "Sport" version of the Apple Watch Series 4 with a slightly larger display and faster processor, which could be ideal for athletes.

The Apple Watch Series 4 is expected to run watchOS 5, which will feature a new Walkie-Talkie app that lets users send voice messages to other Apple Watch users via Wi-Fi or cellular. The Walkie-Talkie app could also be used to talk to Siri.

The Apple Watch Series 4 will come with a built-in speaker and microphone for making phone calls over Wi-Fi or cellular without having an iPhone nearby. Users will be able to initiate phone calls from the Contacts app on the watch face.

Apple is rumored to launch an LTE version of the Apple Watch Series 3, which would allow users to make and receive phone calls, send and receive text messages, stream music and more without their iPhone nearby. It's possible that this feature could also be included in the Apple Watch Series 4 as well.

According to reports, developers have already received beta versions of watchOS 5 for testing purposes in preparation for its launch alongside the new iPhones later this year.

watchOS 5 will feature a walkie talkie mode that allows two people using watches running watchOS 5 on Wi-Fi or cellular models can communicate with each other through voice messages sent through Siri. There's also a new Siri watch face that features up to eight complications arranged in a circle around

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