Coming soon Apple Watch 7 Series - including this new color Sage Green Apple watch band
It's that time of the year again when Apple enthusiasts gather around to discuss and predict the upcoming Apple products that will be launched in 15th of September. Expectations and rumors regarding the new Apple Watch 7, New Watch OS 8 , iphone 13, and Air Pods 3 are certainly a few of the hot topics that everyone are interested in.
Rumors has it that the new Apple watch will include a flatter body and a new sage green color (Tiffany Green) it may come in rubberized case; we also heard that there will be an edge-to-edge screen, with two new sizes of 41mm and 45mm models replacing the previous models at 40mm and 44mm size options, let’s hope the lug width remains the same so we have the options to use our existing Apple watch bands. In terms of health features upgrades, besides hoping Apple will have obtained FDA approval, or changed its strategy in some other way that means we can place greater reliance on the accuracy of blood oxygen measurements, one new health feature could be a glucometer, which is used to measure blood sugar levels.
A report suggests the Apple Watch 7 could be one of several 2021 smartwatches to get this feature. It’d be useful for diabetics in particular, who need to keep a constant eye on their blood sugar, but other people with various other conditions could find it useful as well. Apple may hold a steady lead in life-saving features, but mental health tools are life-saving in their own right. Luckily, two top leakers confirmed Apple is working on ways for your smartwatch to warn people about panic attacks.
With watchOS 8, the Apple Watch will be able to unlock more. Not only will you be able to unlock your Mac and iPhone when a face mask is detected, it will be able to act as a digital key for your home for instance, if you have a compatible lock. The battery life for the Apple watch is a steady problem that is often brought up when compared to its rivals smart watches and fitness trackers. The new S7 chip will take up significantly less space inside the Apple Watch Series 7 than the S6 did in the Series 6. This will free up space for new or larger components. In terms of pricing for the Apple Watch 7, it should be about the same as the previous Apple Watch Series 6.
In the past, Apple has set a $399 price tag for the 40mm based models with GPS. The 44mm version came for $429 and an extra $100 for cellular support. The 2021 smartwatch in all likelihood will launch somewhere around the $400 price point. Its unlikely that Apple would risk a price increase as it would only weaken its position against the competitors. We’ll know more about the upcoming Apple wearables in the next week or two. Let’s just hope that the new Apple Watch 7 series will live up to the expectations, just like the wearables its predecessors have been in the past
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