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Apple Watch Series 7 is now official

Starts at USD 399

Apple Watch Series 7 | Image: Apple

Aside from the iPhone 13 lineup, Apple has got us another gadget, to begin with. Starting with the Apple Watch Series 7, it comes with a curved design, more rounded sides, glass cover, improved durability, faster charging, watchOS 8, and more.

According to Apple, this is the first Apple Watch to sport IP6X certification for dust resistance. To add another layer of durability, it also maintains a WR50 water resistance rating. It comes in five eye-watering new aluminum case finishes that consist of Midnight, Starlight, Green, A New Blue, and (PRODUCT)RED.

The Apple Watch Series 7 is comprised of two variants: 41mm and 45 sizes. It is said to be 40-percent thinner while it enables the screen to go 20-percent larger. The company also claims that its Always-On Retina display is 70-percent max brighter compared to its predecessor, which is the Apple Watch Series 6.

The Apple Watch Series 7 runs on watchOS 8, which offers a user-friendly interface. It comes with updates for cycling, workout, and fall detection. It uses next-gen algorithms to analyze GPS, heart rate, accelerometer, and gyroscope data to detect when a user begins a ride.

It also has two unique watch faces to choose from, the Contour and Modular Duo, along with 2 larger font sizes, and a new QWERTY keyboard which can be swiped with QuickPath.

Additionally, the company also claims that the wearable has an 18-hour battery life but they made the charging time 33-percent faster with the new USB Type-C charger. It is also noted that the smartwatch can go from flat 0% to 80% in just 45 minutes.

The Apple Watch Series 7 starts at USD 399 and will arrive on the global market this fall.

Source: Apple, GIZGUIDE

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