The Apple Watch Series 7 is set to be released later this year, with some amazing new features. According to several sources, Apple’s new wearable would have advanced fitness sensors. And now, according to leaked renders, it appears that the Apple Watch Series 7 will have a new design as well. Recently, Apple has been implementing a flat-edged interface through its different brands. The iPhone 12 range, as well as the latest iPad Pro and Air models, have a flat-screen and a flat frame, as does the current iMac, and there are rumors that even the new MacBook models will get the same treatment.
Tipster John Prosser has once again collaborated with concept artist Ian Zelbo to provide us with a glimpse of the prototype of the next-generation Apple Watch. The Watch Series 7 is considered to be a significant update of Apple’s smartwatch range, with smooth edges rather than the angled ones used on previous versions.
Along with the more traditional black, white, blue, and red paint jobs, the recent renders show a mint green Apple Watch that suits the iPhone 12 and current iPad Air. The smaller 40mm model should have the same 1.57-inch panel as the smaller 40mm model, and the wider 44mm model should have a 1.78-inch screen. The display still tends to curve into the frame, as it does in previous years. We don’t get any additional specs, but there have been rumors that Apple will include an optical monitor that monitors blood sugar levels. We also anticipate an upgraded S7 chipset with improved performance.