Apple introduces the new Apple Watch Series 7


The new colors of the Apple Watch Series 7 are the following: Midnight, Galaxy, green, a new blue, and (PRODUCT) RED. All the colors remain the same for the steel variant. Apple Watch Series 7 is still compatible with all previous models of Apple Watch bands, as well as with all new bands.

Unfortunately, there is nothing new about it, and for the ones who own older models, there could be a little more to justify an upgrade from the immediately preceding model. The Series 3 model and the SE model remain in the lineup. The prices for Italy are still unknown, but we will update you as soon as we know more. After a long wait, the Apple Watch is renewed. Apple unveiled the all-new Apple Watch Series 7 at the California Streaming event.

Unfortunately, the new Apple Watch 7 is not renewed in design and remains virtually identical to the previous generation. Only the size of the display changes, larger and brighter indoors and the softer curvature that blends the screen with the 40% thinner bezels. The new dimensions are 41mm and 45mm with nearly 20% more viewing area. In terms of resistance, Apple has worked to make the display much more resistant to shocks, breakage, and water (WR50), as well as to dust (IP6X).

The interface is optimized for the larger display, including complications and the new Contour and Modular Duo watch faces while the battery lasts up to 18 hours and supports fast charging with the USB-C power cable (faster than approx. 33%).

No new sensors for health monitoring and nothing more to report: therefore, sensors for heart monitoring, ECG, and the sensor for measuring oxygen in the blood remain available.

The much appreciated automatic fall detection mode remains available, for the health and safety of the user.

The new Apple Watch Series 7 will be available in different colors and variants in aluminum, steel, titanium and in the two special editions Nike + and Hermès. Prices will start at $399, while availability will be announced later in the fall (there are probably still production problems).

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