Apple Watch Series X concept will make you want it now


Apple Watch Series X concept
This Apple Watch Series X concept and other images might be a look into the future.
Image: concept_central

Apple Watch Series X is expected to bring a redesign, new sensors and other changes later this year. A designer created images of a concept device to showcase the leaked/rumored features.

Take a look.

Gorgeous Apple Watch Series X concept brings the leaks to life

In 2017, Apple celebrated the 10th anniversary of its handsets with the iPhone X, a significantly redesigned device. 2024 marks the 10th anniversary of the Apple Watch, and another redesign is supposedly in the offing.

Leaks from a reliable source predict a slimmer design with a larger screen, a new magnetic band connector and new sensors.

Apple Watch Series X concept -- side view
The leaks say Series X will be slimmer
Image: concept_central

concept_central on X (formerly Twitter) turned these into a series of images and a short video. These are “based on the latest leaks and rumors as well as our own predictions,” according to the creator of the Apple Watch Series X concept.

Apple Watch Series X concept -- edge view
Apple Watch Series X concept close-up
Image: concept_central

It was created in collaboration with AppleTrack, which published a YouTube video to discuss the wearable:

More about the 2024 Apple Watch

Leaked features of the Apple Watch Series X that won’t show up in a concept image are its ability to detect hypertension and sleep apnea. But the device supposedly will hit a goal Apple has been working toward for years: detecting high blood pressure.

We’ll know for sure this autumn when the 10th-anniversary model is expected to be announced to the world.


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