Apple is likely to launch four new iPhone 13 models later this year. Alongside, the company could also unveil the Series 7 Apple Watch. It would launch as a successor to the Series 6 unveiled last year. Design renders of the upcoming Apple smartwatch have leaked online. Tipster Jon Prosser claims that the upcoming Apple Watch will get a design overhaul. It falls in line with analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s claim that was made last year. Leaked design renders by Prosser reveal that the Series 7 will have a similar design language that falls in line with other Apple products. Let’s take a look at the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 design renders, specs, and other details.
Apple Watch Series 7 design renders leaked ahead of WWDC 2021
Apple could launch a new smartwatch later this year. The Apple Watch Series 7 design renders have leaked online ahead of its launch.
Tipster Jon Prosser has leaked the Watch Series 7 design renders. The design renders reveal that the upcoming Apple Watch is getting a design overhaul. It will have flatter edges as opposed to the slight curve on Series 6. There is no word on whether this redesign will change the display size. Currently, the Series 6 comes in 40mm and 44mm screen sizes.
Prosser also claims that the Series 7 Watch will come in multiple colours. Prosser’s Watch 7 images reveal the pastel Green and Blue colour options. It is also likely to come in Black and Silver colour options. Apple has launched the Series 6 in Blue, Red, Rose Gold colours other than the classic Grey and Silver options. We can expect the company to explore more colour options. It should not be a surprise either as the 2020 iPad Air, iMac M1 come in multiple colour options. The new Apple Watch is also likely to come with a faster S7 processor and a few flagship smartwatch features.
Apple is expected to launch its next smartwatch in September at the iPhone 13 launch event. Tipster Prosser did not reveal the specs of the Series 7 smartwatch. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Apple Watch? Do let us know in the comments below.
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