Apple Watch Series 7 high-quality renders leaked

Apple Watch Series 7 high-quality renders leaked

Less than two weeks are left until Apple kicks off its September presentation and shows us the new 2021 devices. Among them will definitely be the iPhone 13 line – there have been an unusually large number of leaks and renders of these devices since the beginning of this year. However, we are not only waiting for new iPhones.

There has been no global redesign of the Apple Watch since its very first model was released in 2015. The only noticeable difference between the Series 6 and the original watch is the larger display. However, the capsule (body) of the Apple Watch itself has remained unchanged for six years. Things could change this September.

Apple Watch 7

Unlike the iPhone 13, there weren’t that many leaks and renders of the Apple Watch Series 7. From time to time there were rumors about their internal content – for example, new sensors – but more or less tolerable visualization of the future design became available to us only in the last week. Another high-quality render was shared by the PhoneArena resource.

Apple Watch 7

In these pictures you can see the “apple” smart watch, which combines in its appearance all the rumors and leaks of recent months. In particular, the design of the capsule has changed – now it has smooth straight edges, and the curves have remained only at the corners of the display and the case. It looks very fresh and unusual.

Apple Watch 7

According to recent information, the watch display has become even larger – the last time its diagonal was increased in Series 4. Together with a flat glass, this will increase the usable display space and eliminate false presses.

Apple Watch 7

On the renders, we see only two colors – black and silver. This contradicts the recent “release” of Series 7 knockoffs in China – the device came in three colors, including Space Gray.

Earlier, we talked about how the new smart watch from Samsung – Galaxy Watch 4 turned out. Their release provoked unhappy changes for owners of older watches.

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