Apple Watch, which was originally unveiled in 2015, reportedly sold 4.2 million copies in Q2 2015 alone, making it the best-selling wearable device of the year. Later in 2016, Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 2, renaming the first Apple Watch “Series 0” and releasing two new watches, “Series 1” and “Series 2,” each with improved internals.

In 2017, Apple introduced the third generation of their popular Apple Watch. Although it was offered in aluminum, stainless steel, and ceramic, the business began to view the Watch more as a fitness device and less as a fashion accessory.

The processor in this Watch was 70% quicker than its predecessor’s; the amount of RAM was doubled; and the first model with LTE cellular connectivity and 16GB of storage was released. The Apple Watch Series 4 was released a year later, and it was completely redesigned from the ground up.

Apple Watch Series 7

Compared to the Series 3, the Series 4 has a screen that is 30% larger in both models, and a processor that is 50% faster. Series 4 included the fall detection feature, ECG capabilities, and the second-generation heart rate monitor, and reconfigured the speakers and microphones to make them louder and more usable.


Apple Watch Series 7: How is it Different from the Series 6?

The new Apple Watch Series 7 doesn’t deviate too drastically from the one it replaces, the Series 6. A faster USB-C charging system, a larger and brighter display, and a variety of new color options for the aluminum variant are all new features of the Series 7. For the first time, it has an IPX rating for resistance to dust.

As of this writing, Apple has not provided a comprehensive list of the Series 7’s technical characteristics; but, based on what Apple has detailed, it appears to have the same health features, sensors, processor, and battery as the Series 6.

Apple Watch Series 7: How Much Better is the Display?

Both the 41mm and 45mm always-on displays on the Apple Watch Series 7 are the largest ever produced by Apple. The Series 6 came in two sizes, 40mm and 44mm, while the Series 3 watch comes in two sizes, 38mm and 42mm.

The Apple Watch Series 7’s display is 20% bigger than that of the Apple Watch Series 6, and 50% bigger than that of the Apple Watch Series 3. The watch face is 1mm larger, but Apple only needed to reduce the bezel’s thickness by 1.7mm to accomplish this.

Apple claims that the Series 7’s display features a “unique refractive edge that enables full-screen watch faces and applications appear to seamlessly integrate with the curvature of the case,” is 70 percent brighter indoors, and is more resistant to cracks and scratches than the Series 6’s display.

Apple Watch Series 7: Are older Bands Compatible?

You can use any of your previous Apple Watch bands with the Series 7. Apple is expanding its lineup of accessories with new Sport and Solo Loop hues, in addition to branded bands from Nike and Hermès.

Both the Nike Sport Loop band and the new Hermès watches—the Circuit H and the Gourmette Double Tour—incorporate the Nike Swoosh and logo text into the weaving.

Apple Watch Series 7: Are There New Watch Files

Apple will release two new watch faces with Series 7 that make use of the larger screen. The clock’s numbers in a Contour face are displayed at the very edge of the screen and get larger as the second hand moves around the clock.

The Modular Duo face features two major distractions in the middle of the screen. The Nike Apple Watch Series 7 also comes with a new Bounce face that reacts to taps, turns of the Digital Crown, and wrist motions to create animated effects.


Now that you’ve got your brand-new Apple Watch Series 7 all set up and paired with your iPhone, you can make the most of it by exploring its capabilities and adjusting its settings.

The Apple Watch Series 7 has a bigger display, faster charging, and a more robust construction. Compared to the blood oxygen sensor introduced in the Series 6 last year, that might not sound all that exciting.