Apple Watch 10 to embrace thinner design, larger screen sizes

Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple Watch Series 10 is going to get thinner and larger screen sizes
An undated image of an Apple Watch. — Freepik
An undated image of an Apple Watch. — Freepik

The launch of Apple Watch series 9 appeared to have set the seal on the pipeline, with top-notch features seeming not to leave any aspects of improvements for an upgrade. 

While the remarkable feature richness of the Apple Watch 9 lineup negates the need for an update, meaning an upgraded iteration, Apple Watch enthusiasts seem eager to embrace one and so is the prolific tipsters and industry insiders. 

Apple Watch 10 design

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple Watch Series 10 is going to reshape the standard design approach for the entire product lineup by getting thinner.  

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Apple Watch 10 features

The analyst also anticipate larger screen sizes than previous Apple Watch models.

Kuo in his recent industry note, available to Mac Rumors, stated that the screen size variants on the next-generation Apple Watch (Apple Watch) will be elevated by 4mm in each currently available sizes.

This means that the 41mm Apple Watch 10 variant might be offered in 45mm, and the 45mm in 49mm. What may set the upcoming Apple Watch series is that all the models are expected to be encased in a thinner design.

He added that no changes will be observed on the Apple Watch Ultra this year, except the possibility of two new colour options in case the extent of production comes on par with expectations.