SAN FRANCISCO: Apple will likely release the Apple Watch Series 7 in two new sizes, 41mm and 45mm, which will replace the existing 40mm and 44mm options.
As reported by MacRumors, the larger display will have thinner bezels and a new lamination technique that will bring the display closer to the front cover while using the latest in screen technology.
With a body diagonal of 1.9 inches, the 45 mm model of the Apple Watch Series 7 will be the largest Apple Watch to date and will exceed the height of the previous model of 1.78 inches.
Rumor has it that the Apple Watch Series 7 will have a smaller S7 semiconductor in addition to the larger S7 chip, which uses double-sided technology for module miniaturization.
A smaller S7 chip will make more room for other components, and one source believes Apple will use that extra space to house a bigger battery or new health sensors, the publication continues.
It is also believed that the tech giant would offer improved wireless connectivity as well as an updated U1 Ultra Wideband processor.
Apple, the world’s largest technology company, is expected to launch the iPhone 13 series on September 14th. However, according to a new source, manufacturing of the next Apple Watch Series 7 has been put on hold until further notice.
According to the research, the current poor manufacturing quality is due to the complexity of the design, which differs significantly from that of previous generations of the watch.