Apple’s iPhone presentation also revealed the Watch 7, the company’s newest wristwatch. The new Apple Watch, contrary to speculations, is more rounded than before, with softer curved edges and a glass cover.
This year’s noteworthy update is the larger display size on the same body. Apple has managed to decrease the display bezels to 1.7mm, which is 40% smaller than last year and enables for a 20% larger display. The new Watch OS has been tailored to make use of the larger display, with larger buttons, a revamped user interface, and more text in alerts.
Because of the larger screen, you may also utilize a full-size QWERTY keyboard with taps or swipes. QuickPath, an Apple tool, will forecast what you need to enter.
Apple Watch Series 7 features a larger display in the same casing and will be available this fall for $399.
The glass cover of the Apple Watch 7 is also more resistant to cracking than previously. The Cupertino behemoth has also incorporated IP6X dust protection and WR50 water resistance. The watch is constructed entirely of recyclable metal and will be offered in five new color options. There will also be stainless steel and titanium variants.
The battery life remains the same at 18 hours, but it now charges 33 percent faster owing to a new USB C charger. A 45-minute charge will charge the battery from 0% to 80%.
Apple has not specified a specific launch date, but the Apple Watch 7 will be available for $399 this fall.