What you need to know
- A second report says Apple has three watches on the way in 2022.
- Ming-Chi Kuo says we'll get a Series 8, SE, and 'Extreme Sports' edition.
- It follows a similar report from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman.
In a note seen by iMore Kuo writes:
The note corroborates previous reports, most recently from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman earlier this week. From the weekend:
Gurman again reiterated Apple's plans to release a new rugged version of its watch which he says is sometimes internally referred to as the 'Explorer Edition.' Gurman says it would function like a normal Apple Watch but feature added impact resistance and protection for use in the great outdoors.
If Kuo and Gurman are right (and they usually are), it stands to reason that in the second half of 2022 we'll get three new variants of Apple Watch to replace Apple's current lineup, including a brand new rugged model.
Kuo also reported today that a second-generation Apple VR headset may debut in 2024 and that the iPhone SE is coming in a bigger more powerful format in 2023. He also says that new AirPods Pro will debut at the end of next year.
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