Apple’s next generation of smartwatches will feature new looks focused on Watch Series hardware. The revamped Watch Series 7 has flatter-edged hardware that broadens its display. Per Apple’s announcement to revamping its forthcoming Watch Series 7, the first redesign the iPhone maker is introducing since its Watch product came to the limelight.
Users familiar with Apple’s Watch lineup will notice Apple smartwatches have smaller screen space for display compared to the upcoming Watch Series 7 that depicts Apple’s intent to increase the sizes of its smartwatch products up to 45 millimetre. Remember, the previous Watch Series 6 had up to 40 and 44 millimetres.
Apple has started mass production of the new Apple Watch Series 7 bands. The size mentioned are 41 and 45mm which should be identical in size to the previous models #Apple #AppleInternal pic.twitter.com/cadcaCK324
— Majin Bu (@MajinBuOfficial) August 26, 2021
As Apple continues to modify its smart products with wider panels for its newly built smartwatches that are set to roll out soon. Watch Series 7 body works is built to explore its newly developed screen real estate that started in 2017 with Watch Series 4. The next Apple’s smartwatch series also has an “updated Infograph Modular face.”
This year’s Apple Watch Series 7 is also chipped with the faster semiconductor to enhance the smartwatch processor. This smartwatch model is likely to feature a body temperature sensor since Apple didn’t focus major upgrades on its health feature.
With other features that currently exist on Apple’s smartwatch series, the forthcoming Watch Series 7 now has new upgrades that are expected to maintain cadence for 3 years until Apple rolls out new upgrades.
New Apple Watches are nearing, and this year’s highlight feature is an updated design. While last year’s upgrade centered on the blood-oxygen sensor, this year’s is all about a new design with a flatter display and edges, a faster processor and slightly larger screens.
Apple Series 7 smartwatches are expected to roll out alongside the next Apple smartphone — the next iPhone lineup will launch in October while Series 7 will roll out in September according to Apple’s launch schedule.