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Apple's upcoming smartwatch may not be compatible with the bands for the Apple Watch 6, Apple Watch SE and other earlier models. Are you looking for a smartwatch with a larger flat-edge dean improved battery life and new health features? If so, you may want to wait for the Apple Watch 7. We hope to see the tech giant's new smartwatch at a rumored September event alongside the iPhone 13 and AirPods 3but it could be delayed due to manufacturing difficulties.
Until then, buzz about the Apple Watch 7 continues to fly. The latest gossip says the new Apple Watch won't be compatible with current watch bands. If rumors pan out, the new Watch could be a worthwhile upgrade from last year's Apple Watch Series 6which Apple unveiled at a virtual event in September Apple also released a more affordable midrange smartwatch last year, the Apple Watch SEwhich could itself be getting a successor in Series 3: How to choose?
Here's everything we've heard so far about the Apple Watch 7, including rumors, leaks, speculation and dreams. We'll update this story as we hear more. And if you're thirsty for more Apple rumors, check out our iPhone 13 rumor roundupour best guesses for the iPhone 13 release datehow the iPhone 13 might compare to the iPhone 12 and what the iPhone 13's camera specs might be. Plus, is it worth it to buy an iPhone 12 right now?
What about an iPhone 11 or an iPhone SE? Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted last year that a redeed Apple Watch could appear in the second half ofso we are fairly sure that a next-gen Apple Watch is coming; we just don't know exactly when. We don't have much else to report when it comes to the Apple Watch 7's release date, but we expect the new wearable to be unveiled at a fall Apple event, likely alongside the rumored iPhone We speculate that the iPhone 13 event will take place on Sept.
You can about our Apple event date predictionsincluding our patented not really "Labor Day hypothesis," in our iPhone 13 release date story. If both assumptions are correct, we'd expect to see the Apple Watch 7 on Sept. Although we don't have an official release date, rumors by French blog Consomac and later reported on by 9to5Mac suggest that Apple has already registered its new smartwatch with the Eurasian Economic Commission under A, A, A, A, A and A But an August report by Nikkei Asia suggests that Apple's new smartwatch could be delayed due to manufacturing difficulties.
Small-scale production of the Apple Watch 7 reportedly began last week, but confronted multiple difficulties fitting all the new components of the watch's complex de together. This prevented it from being moved to full-scale manufacturing, according to the report. Regardless of rumors, Apple has a pretty consistent history of unveiling its new smartwatch models annually in mid-September.
Even inwhen the pandemic made product announcement events go virtual and caused disruptions in the supply chaindelaying the unveiling of Apple's iPhone 12 line for a monththe Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE both made their appearance on Sept. They were released three days later on Sept. : The microchip shortage is one of the unforeseen outcomes of the pandemic.
The biggest buzz around the Apple Watch Series 7 is whether or not it will include a blood glucose monitor. But the SE model is Apple's "affordable" smartwatch, meaning it sacrificed some bells and whistles for cost savings. Of course, it's always possible that Apple raises the price inbut because we don't see any major hardware upgrades or new features on the horizon that would warrant a bump in price, this seems unlikely.
Stay up-to-date on the latest news, reviews and advice on iPhones, iP, Macs, services and software. Leaker Jon Prosser whose rumor track record is fairly spotty in May released Apple Watch 7 renders that allege a "major rede" of the wearable. Kuo also predicted a "ificant form factor de change" for the Apple Watch almost a year ago.
Prosser's renders, which he claims are based on a combination of real images and CAD files leaked to him by "sources," reveal thinner bezels and flat edges on the Apple Watch 7. Apple also flattened the edges of the iPhone 12 lineup last fall, giving its flagship phone a modern profile that CNET's Patrick Holland called a "slabular beauty. Speculation from 91mobiles in August aligned with Prosser's renders. According to the report, the new Apple Watch will ditch the rounded edges and opt for a box-like, flat-edged de. The new look would match Apple's recent aesthetic choices for the iPad Pro and iPhone A Bloomberg report in June also predicted thinner bezels for the Apple Watch 7as well as a "new lamination technique that brings the display closer to the front cover.
The new Apple Watch could also be a little larger than its predecessor. The Apple Watch Series 7 could come in 41mm and 45mm case sizes, according to a leaker on Chinese social media platform Weibo, reported on by MacRumors. The rumor was later supported by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. Since the Apple Watch Series 4 inthe case sizes for the tech giant's smartwatch have come in 40mm and 44mm options.
Due to the increased size, the Apple Watch 7 may not be compatible with current Apple Watch bands. Leaker Max Weinbachciting unnamed Apple store employees, says that the tech giant's stores are not getting anymore shipments of 40mm and 44mm bands. Weinbach adds that he expects the upcoming Apple Watch to use different bands that won't fit older smartwatch models. Rumored colors for the Apple Watch 7 include a new sage green color, which Prosser compares to the green option for the AirPods MaxApple's over-ear headphones. The Series 6 comes in silver, gray, gold, blue and red aluminum ; silver, graphite and gold steel ; and titanium and black titanium colors.
Prosser's renders of the Apple Watch 7 include red, blue, black and silver, in addition to sage green, though we don't know yet whether these are the actual colors Apple will release. In terms of material, Apple could get rid of the titanium Edition model for the Series 7.
Apple has ly offered both ceramic and real gold models. : AirPods Pro vs. AirPods Max: Should you buy earbuds or headphones? One of the biggest and most persistent complaints about the Apple Watch, especially as it compares to rival smartwatches and fitness trackers like Fitbitis its poor battery life.
CNET's Scott Stein says the Apple Watch has been "dead last" in battery life among its competitive set, which is a problem if you want to use its sleep-tracking feature new in WatchOS 7because the battery needs to charge daily. Apple Watch 7 could be a game-changer for Apple if its battery life were to improve dramatically.
The past three models have all offered about an hour battery life, with the Series 6 housing a We haven't heard any rumors about the Series 7's battery specs in particular, but we have heard that it could boast a smaller, double-sided S7 chipwhich would free up space for -- what else? Blood glucose monitoring would be an amazing addition to the Apple Watch, but don't hold your breath because rumors are mixed.
Interest in the new sensor was stoked by Apple itself in a survey to Apple Watch users to gauge interest in new features -- one of which was blood sugar tracking. But a subsequent Bloomberg report all but killed those dreams.
While the new sensor will likely be included in a future iteration of Apple's smartwatch, it is unlikely to arrive in the Series 7 and maybe not in Apple's Watch model either. Samsung announced a new noninvasive blood glucose monitoring technology last year and though it didn't specify where or when we might see this technology implemented in the near future.
Apple has a history of letting rivals release buzzy new features firstso an Apple Watch blood glucose sensor in or even wouldn't be a huge surprise, but a blow nevertheless to iOS users with diabetes. Other rumors from Nikkei Asia suggest the Apple Watch 7 could feature blood pressure measurement. Addressing manufacturing issues due to the watch's complex deNikkei's report says that one of the difficulties comes from the watch's blood pressure measurement system, which requires manufacturers to fit more components into the watch's body.
Gurman, however, said that there is " no chance " the Apple Watch 7 would house the new health feature.
That's all we know so far about the Apple Watch Series 7, but we'll update this story as new rumors come to light. In the meantime, here's everything we know about the iPhone 13all the best new features coming in WatchOS 8how to decide between the Apple Watch Series 6, Series 3 and SEsettings to change on any new Apple Watch and the best Apple Watch apps. Apple Watch 7: Every rumor about release date, price and new health features Apple's upcoming smartwatch may not be compatible with the bands for the Apple Watch 6, Apple Watch SE and other earlier models.
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