Apple Watch Series 7 revealed with larger screen, price set

Apple Watch Series 7 revealed with larger screen, price set

Today’s Apple Watch Series 7 was unveiled with a new industrial design. The new Apple Watch Series 7 is considerably larger than its predecessor. It has 40% thinner borders than its predecessor. A “refined” casing makes it even more attractive. The new Apple Watch Series 7 has a brightness of up to 70% higher than its predecessor.

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Apple Watch Series 7 features a larger display and new buttons for the operating system. These watches will be available with WatchOS 8 from the beginning.

The new Apple Watch has “softer, more round corners” and is compatible with all existing Apple Watch bands.

The Apple Watch’s battery lasts 18 hours, and it has a 30% faster-charging speed than its predecessor. Apple today suggested that 8 minutes of charging is sufficient to keep the watch up for 8 hours of sleep tracking.

This watch is IP6X dust and water-resistant. You’ll find aluminium, stainless steel and titanium as well as PRODUCT (Red) and new Nike and Hermes Editions.

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The device can be used to update your cycling, car keys, and home keys (digital) and will also allow you to track your sleep quality. The device will feature ECG and Blood Oxygen apps and a new World Time watch and cellular connectivity (just like its predecessor).

Apple will continue selling the Apple Watch Series 3 entry-level device at USD 199. This device will be available “later in the fall.” Apple Watch SE will retail for $279 and Apple Watch Series 7 for $399. Price changes for the remaining series should be made very soon.