Apple’s smartwatches will have bigger screens from its next launch. Apple Watch Series 7 will have a total redesign, unlike the earlier ones. Reports claim that the Series 7 will have bigger sizes compared to its predecessor. The sizes are expected to be 41mm and 45mm rather than the earlier 40mm and 44mm. The increase in the size of the watch will also result in bigger display of the model. The bigger size will facilitate the bigger display that is expected to come. It will also enable an improvement in the data-heavy Infograph Modular face.
This is not the first time that we’re hearing of Apple’s new smartwatches. Various leaks on Twitter and Weibo had given clues about larger cases. Many reports also back other details like flat edges, flat screens, thin bezels, and more colours to choose from. It may also have an advanced processor and updated ultra-wideband tech. It is noted that the smartwatch will not have improved health sensors. The new health sensors will be added to the 2022 model.
Apple has set their updated smartwatches release in September earlier too. The company usually releases them with new iPhones. Therefore, there are chances that we might get to see whether these reports and leaks were right or wrong, soon.