Suspected Apple Watch Series 7 Renders
Since the launch of the Apple Watch, although countless people had mocked the device equipped with a square dial, unlike a watch, after years of time testing, the square smartwatch was proven to display more effective information.
At the same time, the Apple Watch series is equipped with several very comprehensive data monitoring, as well as good compatibility and connectivity with Apple devices such as the iPhone, and has become one of the most popular smartwatches on the market with the support of the entire Apple ecology.
It is reported that Apple will launch the new Apple Watch Series 7 in the second half of this year, and according to Apple tipster Jon Prosser, the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 will feature a flat-edge design, similar to the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, and add a new green case color version, and today he released renders of the new watch.
Prosser shared renders of the upcoming watch that he claims are based on real images and CAD files he saw from a source. Prosser said the watch’s display will remain the same, but noted that he’s heard Apple has been testing new Apple Watch prototypes with smaller bezels and larger displays.
The current Apple Watch features rounded, curved edges, much like previous generations of iPhones. According to the pictures, the overall appearance of the Apple Watch Series 7 inherits the design language of the iPhone 12 series, with a more squared-off right-angle design on the bezel. Apple has now applied the right-angle design in several of its product lines and seems to be completely abandoning the curved style.
At the same time, Apple also introduced the colorful color scheme of the iPhone 12 series in Apple Watch Series 7, which will introduce similar blue, red and green versions of the body scheme, enabling users to have a wider variety of choices.
It is worth mentioning that the tipster also revealed that Apple is designing a new Apple Watch prototype, with a new design that has a smaller watch screen bezel and a significantly higher screen-to-body ratio, which is a very notable enhancement for the area of inches on the watch and is well worth waiting for.
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