Apple’s Upcoming Watch Pro to be Priced Between $900-$1000

The September 7 announcements are expected to include an Apple Watch Pro model for the first time, which will include more advancements than the standard Apple Watch Series 8 and the budget SE model. Consumers will regrettably pay a premium for it, and others may not be thrilled to get one for other reasons.

Given that the Apple Watch Pro is expected to use the same SoC as the Apple Watch Series 7 and lack new sensors, its considerable physical improvements will likely be its main selling point.

According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, the alterations in measurements won’t suit everyone’s tastes, and depending on the version you buy, prices might range from $900 to $1,000.

“I’m told that the Apple Watch Pro will be fairly large and probably won’t appeal to all consumers, as it’s going to be bigger than most wrists. Given the larger size, older Apple Watch bands may not look flush with the device, but the new case is designed so existing bands can still work—contrary to some rumors I’ve seen.

As with the introduction of Pro iPhones in 2019, releasing an Apple Watch Pro line will let the company reserve its most significant new features for a pricier device that can bring in more revenue. Given the new capabilities, I expect this watch to come in at least $900 to $1,000, topping the current Apple Watch Edition. For comparison, Garmin’s high-end watches cost between $1,000 and $1,500. Amazfit also competes in this category, though generally at lower prices.”


Reports suggest that the design has flat sides and a 1.99-inch display, or around 47mm. The Apple Watch Pro is believed to stand out thanks to its tough exterior, which is said to be stronger than aluminium and have an impact-resistant display.

On September 7, Apple is scheduled to present its newest lineup of flagship products at its exclusive “Far Out” event. Along with a number of other innovations, the Apple Watch Series 8 and the iPhone 14 are anticipated to be unveiled.


Muhammad Zuhair

Passionate about technology and gaming content, Zuhair focuses on analysing information and then presenting it to the audience.
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