Lately, there is a lot of noise about the upcoming flagship Apple Watch Series 8. However, rumors about the Apple Watch’s future ‘cheap’ version have begun to circulate on the internet. Details on the new Apple Watch SE 2022 model have been leaked online, according to a new claim. The report discusses the device’s features as well as the expected price change. Despite the fact that the first edition of the Apple Watch SE was released in 2020; the 2022 version will be the second in the series. That’s because Apple didn’t update the model when the Series 7 was released last year.
The 2022 Apple Watch SE will be released in September, according to the iDrop rumor, most likely alongside the flagship Series 8 and the new iPhone 14 series. This is to be expected, given that Apple has always released new smartwatches around September.
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Expected design for New Apple Watch SE 2022
Fans of the current model may be disappointed by the design of the Watch SE, which will be similar to that of the present model. The smartwatch resembles the Series 6, which was released in 2020 as well. The screen-to-body ratio is not as high as the Series 7. However, according to the source, there may be a few tweaks, but nothing that customers will notice right immediately. It’s also possible that it’ll be available in the same 40mm and 44mm diameters, as well as in Aluminum
Expected Specifications and Features
In terms of features and characteristics, the Watch SE 2022 may be equipped with the S7 chip, which is the same as the Series 7 and represents a significant upgrade over the current model’s S5 chipset. Other enhancements will include Always-On display technology, improved audio, and a new ECG-specific sensor. These functionalities have been available in flagship models for a long time. The battery, on the other hand, is anticipated to remain the same, with a capacity of roughly 18 hours. However, it’s possible that it’ll acquire the Series 7’s quick charging tech support.
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