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The Apple Watch Pro for extreme sports would cost over $900

Apple is expected to introduce three new Apple Watches this year, including an SE Series, an 8 Series, and a new, more rugged “Pro” Watch aimed at extreme sports. It could cost almost as much as an iPhone 13 Pro.

According to Bloomberg’s expert reporter Mark Gurman, the new rugged Apple Watch we talked about last week could finally be called Apple Watch Pro and would replace the Apple Watch Edition as a premium watch in the company’s catalog. As a reminder, Mark Gurman had already announced several times that in addition to the new Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 8 that will be presented at the end of the year, the company was also preparing an even bigger watch with a giant screen of almost 2 inches. The latter would reach 50mm, against 41 and 45 mm for the current versions, but above all would see its price explode

The Apple Watch Pro could cost almost as much as an iPhone 13 Pro

Like iPhones, MacBooks, and iPads, which already have “Pro” devices in their lineup, the price of the next Apple Watch Pro should be significantly higher than the other models. In his Power On newsletter, Mark Gurman announces that: the watch could have a starting price of almost $900, which is only $100 less than the iPhone 13 Pro. In the EU, by adding taxes, we imagine that the watch could exceed the symbolic bar of 1000 euros, which would make it one of the most expensive watches the company has ever launched here.

It would also be more expensive than the current Apple Watch Edition, offered from 829 euros in the official store. As a reminder, the new extreme sports model covers an area of approximately 7% larger screen than today’s largest Apple Watch The screen also has a resolution of about 410 by 502 pixels, and this huge screen can be used to display more fitness stats or information on watch faces. She will also have a metal material stronger than aluminum for the chassis a shockproof screen and a larger battery.

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