According to Bloomberg´s Mark Gurman the Apple Watch Series 7 is rumored to come in 41mm and 45mm sizes.
Gurman says the Apple Watch Series 7 will have “a flatter display and edges,” continuing Apple’s mission to flatten the sides of every product in its lineup. The new and upcoming Apple Watch will feature its first new hardware design in years, according to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman’s “Power On” newsletter.
The display is rumored to be slightly larger than the current in the Apple Watch Series 6, and the case size will also be a little bigger than before, with each model getting a 1mm bump to 41mm and 45mm. Unverified leaked images last week suggested the same 41mm and 45mm sizing.
Gurman says Apple will include multiple new watch faces to make the most of the extra 1 mm screen. Beside the look and feel, the Series 7 will also have a faster processor, according to Gurman.
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An updated design for the Apple Watch Series 7 would continue the three year cycle for major Apple Watch hardware refreshes. The last time Apple made major design changes was the case design of the Apple Watch Series 4. Since than the basic appearance has remained unchanged with minor improvments of materials and finishes.
Apple usually announces new watches in September, so a reveal for the Apple Watch Series 7 may just be around the corner. Last year the Series 6 and special SE watches was a major headline announcement at Apple’s September event, since the iPhone 12 unveiling was pushed back to October due to production and desease prevention.
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