The Apple Watch Series 7 shows edge. The new design of the smartwatch expected in autumn can now be seen on further CAD renderings. The leaked pictures again indicate a visual rejuvenation with narrow display bezels and an iPhone 12 look.
In all likelihood, the Californian manufacturer will introduce the Apple Watch Series 7 in addition to the new iPhone 13 series, including Pro and Max offshoots, in the coming weeks. Analysts assume that a virtual keynote will be scheduled for mid-September. In advance, blog 91mobiles seems to have gotten additional images of the wearable, which shows new 3D renderings, which in turn are supposed to be based on leaked CAD drawings.
Design upgrade and more colors
They confirm the design that was leaked back in May and featured in the first pictures of the often well-informed speaker Jon Prosser. The likelihood that the Apple Watch Series 7 will visually approximate the iPhone and iPad family is therefore classified as particularly high. The so-called “Flat Edge Design” should, among other things, enable narrower screen edges and generally bring a breath of fresh air to the look of Apple Smartwatches, which has remained almost unchanged for several years.
Striking features such as the digital crown, the customizable menu button, and the functionality of the interchangeable bracelets should also be retained according to the new pictures. However, Apple seems to want to enlarge the loudspeaker recesses on the left. It is also suspected that Apple would like to position itself with the Watch Series 7 also in terms of color. Pastel tones in purple, green, yellow, and orange – similar to the current iMac lineup – would be quite conceivable. Most of the Apple Watch innovations are likely to be due to the upcoming watchOS 8 update.
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