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The Apple Watch is one of the most popular smartwatches on the market, and the company has decided to orient its use towards health care, adding interesting features such as the measurement of oxygen in the blood or the multiple additions that the watch has in relation to sport. However, there are users who may not dare with this Apple Watch for fear that it will break.
Now, the company might be considering launching a version of its smartwatch built to be more rugged than the conventional model, something that users who engage in risky sports would surely appreciate quite a bit. After all, if you think it’s going to break because of your lifestyle, you might decide against such an investment.
According to reports Bloomberg, the Apple company has reportedly had internal conversations about the possibility of launching this resistant variant of the Apple Watch in 2021 or 2022, and it would not be the first time that the U.S. manufacturer has considered launching such a model to attract people who practice extreme sports.
Some of the Apple company’s competitors in the field of smartwatches have bet on this type of device, and the results have not been bad. It would be a product for a different audience than the conventional Apple Watch, but who want to enjoy all the features offered by the device.
In addition, in this sense, it is assured that, whoever wants the Apple Watch, needs an iPhone, and the wide variety of devices with which the firm has the firm makes that today any public can buy one of these phones, so it would be possible to attract Android users to the platform.
With the launch of the Apple Watch Series 6 and the Apple Watch SE, the company has also increased its offer of smartwatches, going from launching one model a year to launching two, so the introduction of a third model would be entirely plausible.