Apple Watch Series 7 CAD Renders Leaked Revealing Flatter Design, Thin Bezels and More


Apple is expected to update its smartwatch series lineup at the iPhone 13 launch event. The Cupertino-based American tech company is likely to launch the Watch Series 7 in September. If rumours are to be believed, the next Apple event will be hosted on September 14. While the iPhone 13 is likely to be the showstopper, Apple will also refresh its smartwatch offering with the Series 7. Details of the upcoming Apple Watch have leaked in the past. The latest development reveals some key details of the upcoming smartwatch for iPhone. 91Mobiles has uploaded the CAD-based renders of the upcoming Apple Watch. Let’s take a look at the Apple Watch Series 7 design, specs and other leaked details.

Apple Watch Series 7 CAD design renders

Apple Watch Series 7 could debut in September at the iPhone event. Ahead of the launch, the smartwatch’s CAD-based renders have leaked. The 91Mobiles report, which includes the CAD renders, confirms previous reports of the Series 7 Watch getting a design overhaul. Unlike previous Apple Watch models that came with rounded edges, Apple will introduce a flat-edged design on the Series 7. The company has had a similar approach for many of its recent devices, including the M1 iPad Pro and the iPhone 12 models.

The watch will continue to have the Digital Crown for navigation on the right edge, below which is a button to power on/ off the watch or selecting other options. The left side sees two rather large slits for speakers.

The underside of the watch is a circular module housing the heart-rate sensor and other sensors. It further reveals that the 44mm model will measure 44x38x9mm while sporting a 1.8-inch display. In comparison, Series 6 44mm measured 44X38X10.7mm. The upcoming Apple Watch is also said to sport thinner bezels and come with improved health monitoring sensors. Apple is said to have tested the Series 7 with thinner borders and a new lamination technique that brings the display closer to the front cover. It is also rumoured to be working on the ultra-wide-band tech for its upcoming Watch to feature the Find My Network.

Other updates include a faster processor, improved wireless connectivity and improved battery life. The watch will launch in multiple colours, including Pastel Green and Blue colour options. It is also likely to come in Black and Silver colour options. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Apple Watch? Do let us know in the comments below.