I’m a happy Apple Watch SE 2 owner who has been using the wearable religiously for the past year. That includes using the smartwatch to help me run marathons. That meant more strain on the Apple Watch battery, but it manages to register my full races.

What I’m getting at is that the Apple Watch SE’s 41mm display is enough for me. As much as I fantasize about the Ultra, I appreciate the smaller footprint of the 41mm model. I’ll likely transition to an Apple Watch Series 10 this fall, as the new generation is rumored to bring a key health feature I want: Blood pressure sensing support.

But if a new report is accurate, Apple will give the Apple Watch Series 10 a major redesign, offering me another reason to upgrade. The Apple Watch Series 10 models will supposedly be thinner and will deliver another display upgrade regarding size.

Many Apple Watch Series 10 rumors have mentioned the redesign. We learned the 10th-anniversary model will be thinner than its predecessors, a feature I’m excited about. It might mean the Apple Watch Ultra gets thinner in the coming years. Unfortunately, however, the rumors also said the current Apple Watch bands might not fit the Series 10 models.


Ming-Chi Kuo’s latest report seems to be among the first that actually mentions the specific new display sizes coming to the Apple Watch Series 10. He also notes the thinner profile of the upcoming Apple Watch models:

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