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Apple Watch Series 8 Release Date: Is A New Apple Watch Coming Out In 2022?


The Apple Watch 8 is probably going to be the company’s next big smartwatch, since that’s how numbers work, and it could be released with a Watch SE 2.

We started thinking about the Apple Watch 8 as soon as the Apple Watch 7 came out, and we’re not the only ones. There are already several rumors about Apple’s next wearable.

Then, below you’ll find everything we know so far about the Apple Watch 8, including when it might come out and how much it might cost.

Then, further down, you’ll find our wish list for this upgrade. Even though the latest model is good, our four-star review of the Apple Watch 7 shows that there’s room for improvement.

This article will also be updated whenever we learn something new about the Apple Watch 8, so check back often if you want to stay in the know.

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We don’t know when the Apple Watch 8 will be announced yet, but we can make a good guess based on the fact that, except for the first model, they have all been announced in September of the year they came out, and most of them went on sale the same month.

Based on what has happened in the past, we think Apple will release the Apple Watch 8 on either the first or second Tuesday of September, which is September 6 or September 13. There’s a good chance that you’ll be able to pre-order it on the Friday of that week (September 9 or 16) and that it will ship the following Friday (September 16 or 23).

There’s no way to know for sure, especially since the Apple Watch 7 didn’t come out until October 15, 2021, but that’s how Apple usually works if nothing goes wrong.

We don’t know how much the Apple Watch 8 will cost either, but it will likely start at around $399, £369, or AU$599, which is what the Apple Watch 7 cost.

_Apple Watch 7
_Apple Watch 7

News And Rumors

There are already rumors about the Apple Watch 8, such as one that says it might be bigger than the Apple Watch 7.

A leaker who has been right about Apple in the past says that the Apple Watch 8 might come in three sizes instead of two, with the new one being the biggest. They don’t say how big it would be, but since the screen on the 45mm Apple Watch 7 is already pretty big for a smartwatch, we wouldn’t put too much stock in this.

We’ve also heard that the Apple Watch 8 could have flat-screen and flat side sides, which would make it look very different from the Apple Watch 7, which has rounded edges. The unofficial renders below show how this might look.

But CAD files for the new watch leaked again in November 2021. This suggests that the Apple Watch 8 won’t change much. LeaksApplePro says that adding an extra speaker grille will be the only major change to the design.

We don’t know which sources to trust, but when the next-generation smartwatch comes out, things should become clearer.

The next claim is that the Apple Watch 8 could have a sensor for measuring body temperature. This information comes from Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a good track record for leaking information about Apple. However, Apple is still working on perfecting the algorithm that is needed.

We know that Apple has been working on this because they have filed patents for it. This could be a useful feature to help you decide if you’re ready to work out or not, since a high temperature could mean you’re not at your best or are even starting to get the flu or another illness.

But in January 2022, Mark Gurman, an Apple expert who writes for Bloomberg and is a tech writer, said that the temperature sensor may have been put on the back burner.

“Body temperature was on the agenda for this year, but people have been talking less about it lately,” he wrote in his newsletter for the new year. Still, he sounded a little more hopeful about it in February, though he was still not sure, and he has recently said that we may very well get monitoring of body temperature this year.

He also said that the Apple Watch 8 will have a faster chipset and “major updates” to how it tracks activity.

Also, the Apple Watch 8 might be able to keep track of blood sugar, blood pressure, and alcohol levels. This idea is based on the fact that Apple is now the biggest customer of a company that makes sensors to track these kinds of things.

But this doesn’t mean that all of this will be ready for the Apple Watch 8. It just shows that Apple is working hard on at least some of it. We also wouldn’t expect to see all of those sensors. Tracking blood sugar is probably the most likely since it was rumored that the Apple Watch 7 would have this feature.

Gurman agrees that these features are in the works, but he doesn’t think we’ll see them anytime soon. “Blood pressure monitoring is at least two to three years away, and I wouldn’t be surprised if glucose monitoring didn’t come out until later in the second half of the decade,” he said.

In a newer report, Gurman is more specific, saying that blood pressure monitoring won’t come out until 2024 or 2025 and that blood sugar monitoring is still a few years away, so it doesn’t look like they will be on the Apple Watch 8.

Apple Watch Series 8: Design

A common rumor before the Apple Watch Series 7 came out was that it would have flat edges like the iPhone 13 and iPad Pro. That didn’t happen, but there are still rumors that this move is in the works.

_Apple Watch 8
_Apple Watch 8

They are now just rumors about the Apple Watch Series 8, with the claim that Apple had to put off its planned redesign because of production problems, or that this change in design was always meant for the Apple Watch 8, not the 7. But it’s important to stress that these are just rumors. Others have said that the Apple Watch Series 8 will have the same round edges as its predecessors.

Apple Watch Series 8: Features

Even though it’s too early to know what the device will look like on the inside, there are rumors that it will have a blood sugar sensor and, as usual, a longer battery life. The Wall Street Journal says (opens in new tab) that the Series 8 might also be able to monitor blood pressure.

Ming-Chi Kuo, an experienced Apple leaker, says that the Apple Watch Series 8 could be able to measure body temperature. This would let users check their temperature by just looking at their wrists. He thinks that this was supposed to be in Series 7 but wasn’t because “the algorithm didn’t qualify.” There are also rumors that new sleep tracking features, such as the ability to find advanced sleep patterns and sleep apnea, will be added next year.

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