The Apple Watch Series 7 will feature a bigger screen that goes to the edge for better visibility
The Apple Watch Series 7 looks different than the previous ones. The display now goes to the edge of the case which makes everything on the watch more readable while the Apple Watch isn’t much bigger.
The always-on screen mode is 70 percent brighter and the bezels around the display are slimmer at just 1.7mm. Apple claims you can put 50 percent more text onto the display than the Series 6. Also Apple claims the new Apple Watch Series 7 is crack resistant and now has an IP6X rating, which means sand and dusty environments shouldn´t be a problem.
The screen is also a little big bigger as rumors suggested. The Apple Watch comes in 41mm and 45mm sizes. That’s 1mm more than the Series 6.
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Apart from the changes above, the Series 7 very similar to the Series 6. With the same sensors, processors and up to 18 hours of battery life. But it will have a USB-C instead of a USB-A charger which charges 33 percent faster.
The aluminum variation will come in five colors, black, gold, blue, dark green and red. The new Apple Watch Series 7 will start at $399 and will be available later this fall.
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