The generation Apple Watch Series 7 will hit the market in September and, according to a new report, will bring significant changes, as well as new digital or watchfaces. The new watches will arrive with the Apple iPhone 13 phone range.
The main innovations pointed out reside in the availability of two sizes, 41 mm and 45 mm, representing a significant increase in the size of the Apple smartwatch. On the other hand, the screen of each model will also be considerably larger.
In September we have the new Apple Watch Series 7 range
More specifically, the latest information points to an average increase of 16% for the overall size of the screens. Something that will facilitate the use of the watches, as well as the understanding of the contents presented by the watchOS operating system.
According to a new piece advanced by Bloomberg, the next Apple watches will be substantially larger. In practice, not only will the size of your boxes increase for both models, but the overall display area will also be considerably larger.
In summary, while current models are available in 40 mm and 44 mm, the Apple Watch Series 7 will come in 41 mm and 45 mm. It is a slight increase in the physical dimensions of the watches that will bring a big increase in the size of the screens.
That is, not only will the watch case be bigger, but also the use of the area on the screen will be greatly improved. In practice, we will have smaller margins that will give more space to the display of each model, making its use more gratifying.
Apple Watch Series 7 will be bigger and bolder
The new generation will continue to be guided by ease of use, monitoring of physical activity and user health metrics, as well as integration with the iPhone. In other words, they will be an even better complement to the iPhone 13.
According to the source, the Apple Watch Series 7 range will have a 1.9-inch screen compared to the 1.78-inch screen on the 44 mm model of the Series 6 range.
The increase in dimensions will be accompanied by an increase in pixels, with the 45mm model having 16% more pixels for a total of 396 x 484 compared to the 44mm Series 6 with 68 x 448 pixels.
We’ll also have new digital displays on the Series 7
According to the same source, the Apple Watch Series 7 range will have new digital displays that take advantage of the larger screen. among the new watchfaces we will have the new Modular Max, Continuum and a new world clock face.
The first – Modular Max – will be ideal for presenting more information, infographics and complications. The user will be able to choose the type of detail and amount of information to be presented, as well as the size of each complication.
The second – Continuum – will change based on the time throughout the day as well as the type of information defined by the user.
The third – the global clock – will present the user with a glimpse of all 24 time zones, of all time zones simultaneously. It will be able to present the information in a digital or analog format, being the most complicated of the displays.
New processor, bigger screen and accessories from Nike and Hermes
Among the hardware improvements we have a new processor to streamline the use of the Apple Watch Series 7. To this is added a distinct design, possibly more angular and similar to the iPhone 12 design with its straighter edges.
The highlight, however, should focus on the screens that this year will have the largest dimensions ever used by Apple. Something that, according to Bloomberg, would be causing difficulties in the mass production of the new smart watches.
Finally, Apple is expected to introduce new digital displays developed in partnership with Nike and Hermes. To this are added new bracelets also with the stamp of the partnerships mentioned here.
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