Kevin Nether, also known as “Kevin the Tech Ninja,” joins us on The MacRumors Show podcast this week to talk through all of the latest rumors about the high-end Apple Watch model expected to arrive later this year.

Kevin is a tech YouTuber and content creator. As an Apple Watch Series 7 user with enthusiasm about fitness and traditional watches, as well as the leading Apple Watch competitors, we explored what he’s looking for from the upcoming high-end Apple Watch. We talk through the growing number of rumors about the device’s design, larger display, unique features, name, and price point. See more of Kevin’s work on his YouTube channel.

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