There have been sporadic rumors of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 featuring a blood pressure monitor. A recent report even claimed that the Apple Watch Series 7 production has been affected due to its complex design thanks to the sensor.
Apple Watch 7 Release Date, Price, Features, and Guides
Apple is expected to launch the Apple Watch Series 7 alongside iPhone 13 at an event later this month. If you were eagerly waiting for the latest Apple Watch, here is some bad news. Sources from the supply chain claim that Apple Watch Series 7 production is delayed owing to “complicated design.”
Apple introduced the first Apple Watch in 2015. Since then, the Apple Watch has picked up a slew of useful features, including a heart rate monitor, fall detection, ECG, O2 sensor, and much more. Despite all the new features Apple Watch has changed very little on the design front. Now a series of new renders reveal Apple Watch Series 7 design.
Apple could include new watch faces on the Apple Watch Series 7 to take advantage of its bigger display. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman made the revelation in the latest edition of the Power On newsletter.
Apple is just a few weeks away from announcing Apple Watch Series 7. The highly-anticipated watch is expected to launch along with iPhone 13 series in September. We’ve already seen the CAD of Watch Series 7 leak before, but now, based on those CADs, the clone models of the Apple Watch Series 7 have started to surface in China.
A recent rumor claimed that Apple could offer the Apple Watch Series 7 in 41mm and 45mm sizes. A new leak now allegedly adds further credence to the rumor. An image shared by leaker @Duanrui1205 shows “45mm” engraved on possibly a leather watch band for the Apple Watch.
Apple’s line of fall events is only a few months away, according to previous reports. As the event nears, more leaks about upcoming Apple products are starting to surface. According to a new leak, Apple Watch Series 7 will be available in bigger sizes than the previous generation Apple Watch models.
Alleged CAD renders of the Apple Watch Series 7 have leaked, revealing the design changes that Apple is planning for its upcoming smartwatch.
Apple Watch Series 7 is turning out to be a major update for the company’s wrist-based health tracker. According to a new report by Digitimes, Apple Watch Series 7 will come with a double-sided S7 chip, potentially leaving out room for a larger battery and other components.
A new report from Bloomberg indicates that the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 will feature thinner display bezels and a faster processor. There were rumors of Apple debuting a new health sensor with the Apple Watch Series 7 this year, but it looks like that will not happen.