the Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE were the brand’s main debuts in September 2020 until the iPhone 12 series came a month later. As a result, it is questionable whether Apple would miss the September deadline for a new watch.
In addition, alleged clones of the Apple Watch Series 7 have been found on the internet, indicating a fresh design, Apple’s first design for wearables since the Apple Watch Series 4 was released in 2018. The clones have a new design language that differs from the curved earlier Apple Watch models stand out from the case with a flat display and significantly flatter sides. This points to the design language of the iPhone 12 series with all flat sides.
The display is expected to be slightly larger than the existing Series 6 panels, and the cases will also be slightly larger, with each model being enlarged from 1mm to 41mm and 45mm, respectively. Last week, unconfirmed leaked photos showed the same 41mm and 45mm sizes. According to Gurman, Apple will offer a variety of different watch faces to take advantage of the larger screen. We could see a lot more watch faces in the time to come Apple WatchOS.
No major health-related improvements are expected this year, however, but Apple “may” add a body temperature sensor to next year’s model. Design aside, Apple is expected to improve the internal specs of the next Apple Watch. A faster CPU in the clock is one of the most expected upgrades so far. As we near the debut, more official details about the Apple Watch Series 7 could become known.
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