Apple apparently wants to provide its upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 with a larger case that creates space to accommodate larger displays in the extremely popular smartwatch. This report comes from one of the best-informed sources on the subject.
As Apple specialist Mark Gurman reports at Bloomberg, the Apple Watch 7 is getting a big boost. With the new design, which is more reminiscent of the current iPhones with their angular optics, larger screens and housings are also finding their way. The screen will be made much flatter in the future and Apple is of course also introducing a faster processor platform again.
The Size Changed Twice
Among other things, the wearable housings are growing in width by one millimeter each, so that the new models will be 41 and 45 millimeters wide. It would only be the second time that Apple has adjusted the case size of its Smartwatch upwards since it first made corresponding changes with the Apple Watch Series 4.
According to the report, Apple will also ensure that the larger displays of the new Apple Watch Series 7 are used sensibly. To this end, new watch faces are supposedly being introduced that make better use of the space. Among other things, a new variant of the so-called Infograph Modular is to be planned, on which more content is presented in a compact manner.
As far as we know, the presentation of the new Apple lineup of smartwatches and the new iPhone 13 models will probably take place around mid-September. Several sources recently reported that September 14th was likely to be the official launch date. In addition, Apple is said to have planned further product presentations for the coming September, so that further new hardware from the US group can be expected.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.