20 May 2021: This is how Apple Watch Series 7 will look like
Apple's next-generation smartwatch, likely to be called the Apple Watch Series 7, will be announced sometime around September this year.
In the latest development, tipster Jon Prosser has shared the renders of the wearable.
Quite like the iPhones 12 series and latest iMacs, the smartwatch will undergo a design change. It will feature flat edges and will be offered in new colorways.
Design: Apple Watch Series 7 will have a digital crown
The Apple Watch Series 7 will feature a square-shaped dial with a metal case and matte-finished flat edges that will replace the rounded corners seen on the current-generation Apple Watch Series 6.
The left side of the watch will have two larger horizontal slits (possibly, for the speakers) while the right side will have a physical button, a microphone hole, and a digital crown.
Fact: It will come in a couple of new colors
Apple Watch Series 7 is likely to come in 40mm and 44mm case size options - similar to the current-generation model. It will also be available in several color options, including two new shades of green and purple.
Features: The device might monitor blood sugar and alcohol levels
Apart from all the standard features available on the Series 6, the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 may offer non-invasive blood sugar monitoring. It may also be able to record blood pressure as well as alcohol levels.
The new-generation model should run on the latest version of watchOS and offer slightly improved battery life than the Series 6, which lasts up to 18 hours.
Fact: Apple Watch Series 7: Pricing and availability
As of now, there is no information regarding the pricing and availability of the Apple Watch Series 7. For reference, in India, the current-generation Apple Watch Series 6 starts at Rs. 40,900.
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