On September 7, Apple will hold its “Far Out” event at the Steve Jobs Theater, where the next iPhone 14 series is expected to be unveiled. The new iPhone 14 lineup will include four new versions that differ significantly from the Pro models, as well as a new Max variation that will replace the mini. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are the only ones to gain actual hardware advances like the Apple A16 Bionic, as well as the unique punch-hole design. These models could also be the only ones to feature the reported satellite communication. However, it appears that this feature will not be limited to the iPhone series for long. This capability may be added to the forthcoming Apple Watch Pro series.
In the future, the Apple Watch Pro Series will also have Satellite communication.
For those who are unaware, the Far Out event will also act as a platform for the debut of other products. Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch Pro will also be on display. The latter is the long-rumored “rugged,” or at the very least “durable,” Apple smartwatch. The device will have a unique design and higher-quality materials, such as a sapphire glass coat for the display. It’s the first of a new series with advanced features like satellite connectivity. This feature on the iPhone 14 series will allow users to send emergency texts even when there is no cellular access.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in his Power On Newsletter, future generations of the Apple Watch Pro may include the capability. He claims that the firm has already explored including the capability on smartwatches. It all makes sense! Consider this: If you are in an emergency without a network, have lost access, or are unable to access your smartphone, the watch will be on your wrist. You can quickly send emergency texts using satellite communication. We anticipate that the wearable will have a selection of brief messages.
According to Gurman, the capability will not be available with the first-generation Apple Watch Pro series. The new Watch Pro will, however, include some intriguing features. The next wearable will look different from the Apple Watch Series 8. According to Gurman, it may bring flat edges and an evolution of the current rectangular shape. Apple also plans to release a “more robust titanium composition.” The watch will have a 1.99-inch Sapphire screen. Furthermore, the battery in the watch will be much more durable. The battery will be an important feature of the new watch. Because it can tolerate intense activity for longer periods of time.