Earlier today at Apple IPhone 13 launch event, Apple introduced Apple Watch Series 7 with a new, more consistent design with larger 41mm and 45mm cases that include larger, brighter and more durable screens. There are also a variety of new colors to choose from. Engadget Reports: The update takes advantage of the larger screens, with more information and new watch faces like Contour, Modular Duo and World Timer. As for sustainability? The Series 7 is the first Apple Watch with a dust resistance rating (IP6X), which makes it better suited for mountaineering or the beach. The screen itself is more resistant to cracking thanks to a new, thicker geometry, and you’ll still get WR50 (i.e. 50 meters) water resistance suitable for swimming. You won’t confuse this with a rugged watch, but you might not panic so much after a fall.
Updates aren’t as aggressive under the hood. You can anticipate 33% faster load and fall detection during workouts. Most of the updates come from watchOS 8, which now includes cycling training detection, better e-bike tracking, and fall assistance. You’ll also get a full-scan keyboard, support for more workouts (Pilates and Tai Chi), and respiratory rate tracking while you sleep. Apple Watch Series 7 will arrive this fall starting at $ 399. The Apple Watch SE and Watch Series 3 will be available for $ 299 and $ 199 respectively, and you can expect refreshed Nike and Hermes variants for the Series 7.
Apple Watch Series 7 offers bigger screens and more durability
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