You’d be forgiven for thinking today’s September 14th “California Streaming” Apple event is about the iPhone 13, but that’s not the case, as Apple also showed off the new Apple Watch Series 7. To the surprise of many, there is no major redesign, although it has got a new display with a curved edge. See it in the image below.
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The Apple Watch Series 7 doesn’t have the redesign that was hinted at in the leak — remember, leaks aren’t always accurate — but there are some subtle changes. The Retina screen is 20% larger than the Series 6, with a 1.7mm bezel that’s 40% thinner than before. The visual change comes from the 2.5D curve around the screen, so it cascades over the side of the body and is covered in a crack-resistant crystal that’s 50% thicker than before for increased durability.
Apple says it gives the Watch Series 7 a softer look, which is further accentuated by the rounded corners of the case. It’s not just about looks, though – bigger screens fit 50% more text. It’s big enough to feature a full keyboard with tap- or swipe-typing. The always-on screen returns and is 70% brighter when viewed indoors, but the even better news is the IP6X dust resistance certification, which adds to the current W50 water resistance rating.
There are several new watch faces, each made specifically for the large, curved screen. Pushing the contour dial to the right emphasizes the edge of the screen and animates to highlight the hour. The modular Duo places the two big complications in the center of the screen, while World Time adds a 24-hour time zone to the face. Also check out the Portrait watch face in watchOS 8, which animates portrait photos taken with your iPhone for use on the Watch. The all-new watch face will be compatible with the Apple Watch Series 4.
The aluminum model comes in five colors – midnight, starlight, green, blue and product red – plus, it supports new watch faces made specifically for the large, curved screen. One thing that seems to hold the rumors true is a slight increase in size, as the Series 7 comes in either 41mm or 45mm case sizes. Despite this, the Series 7 is compatible with all current watch bands, so there’s no need to worry if you already have a collection.
The watch will use watchOS 8.
Launched alongside the Series 7, there will be new versions from Nike and Herms, each with new straps. Nike’s version will be available in three different colors with new Sport Loop straps that combine the swoosh logo and text in the weave of the strap. A new Nike Bounce watch face will be part of the collection, and it animates when you tap the screen or use the Digital Crown.
For Herms, there are two new straps – the Circuit H, which is made of leather and has a chain-like design, and the Gourmet Double Tour, which is styled to recall the collar with a link motif that Herms invented in the 1930s. Designed in the decade of
Thinking about technology? Apple hasn’t said anything different, so we must assume that it uses the same Apple S6 processor that was used in the Series 6. It has the same sensor array on the back, ready to measure heart rate and blood oxygen and take an electrocardiogram (ECG). ) Study. There’s a new fall-detection feature that works during workouts and while cycling, and through watchOS 8, the Series 7 will measure respiratory rate during sleep.
Keeping up with the workout is a new voice feedback system where information is spoken to you via a speaker or on a pair of Bluetooth-connected headphones, including activity status, workout milestones, and more to keep you motivated and focused. Other data designed for
Apple says the battery will last a full day (18 hours) before recharging. The new fast-charging technology can charge the Apple Watch Series 7 battery to 88% in 45 minutes.
The Apple Watch Series 7 will be released in the fall and start at $399, the same as the outgoing Series 6. Apple will continue to sell the Apple Watch SE at $279 and the Apple Watch Series 3 at $199.
it appears that Rumors are telling The new screen technology would delay the launch of the watch, were accurate, and it is also possible that the component shortages that plagued the electronics industry in general did so as well.
A so-called “Apple Watch Explorer” model with a tougher exterior was also rumored and said for outdoor enthusiasts or hardcore runners. It Wasn’t Announced During the California Streaming Apple Event, and It’s Rumored bloomberg That said the situation has changed, and we should now look out for it in 2022.