Apple Watch Series 7 leak breaks iPhone tradition

Apple Watch Series 7 leak breaks iPhone tradition

The next Apple Watch will quite likely break the mold when it involves significant device upgrades from Apple. Whenever Apple releases a replacement iPhone, it seems one among two things happens. Either Apple releases a smartphone that’s near-identical in size and shape as its predecessor, or the corporate initiates an industrial design upgrade that needs accessory makers to release an entirely new set of cases and peripherals.

With the Apple Watch, Apple has mostly kept an equivalent design. Not that the device needed a case in the first place, but if you bought a case for one design, you would possibly alright are ready to use that case on another. More important for the Apple Watch between models is Apple’s Apple Watch Strap collection. If Apple were to vary subsequent Apple Watch significantly, old Apple Watch bands wouldn’t be compatible.

With the rumors surrounding the Apple Watch Series 7, it seemed possible that Apple would change the way their strap system fits with new models. It seemed that if a replacement “flatter” design were coming to the market, 3rd-party accessory makers would wish to separate their efforts between old bands and new bands. Apple, too, would wish to form clear which bands worked with which devices.

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This week, a leak of what considerably appears to be a politician Apple Watch Solo Loop shows a key feature. It seems clear now that, albeit the Apple Watch Series 7 is released with a big industrial design change between generations, the bands – the connecting point for said bands – will remain an equivalent.

As noted by 9to5Mac, leaks suggested the Apple Wach Series 7 will be released in 41mm and 45mm sizes. Further corroboration appeared within DuanRui and Majin Bu (not official Dragonball Z), with imagery that means new bands for both.

Apple previously kept compatibility between generations when Apple Watch Series 3 (38mm and 42mm) visited Apple Watch Series 4 (40mm and 44mm). Apple will very likely still release new bands for every different size, understanding that certain sizes remain compatible with others.

Apple is predicted to carry quite one event within September 2021. It’s rumored that the iPhone 13 event will be persisted September 14, 2021, while the Apple Watch and iPad event will be persisted September 28, 2021.

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