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Apple Watch 7 display will increase by 16% and add new watch faces

Mark Gurman shared new information about the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7. It seems that even before the presentation, we will know almost all the design features of the updated smart watch, because every day there are more and more rumors.

According to Gurman, as expected, the novelty will receive an updated form factor, thinner edges and a display diagonal increased to 1.9 inches.

Recall that previous versions had the following display diagonals:

  • Apple Watch Series 3: 1.54 inches, 319 x 390 px resolution
  • Apple Watch Series 6: 1.78 inches, 368 x 448 px resolution
  • Apple Watch Series 7: 1.9 inches, 396 x 484 px resolution
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In addition, the analyst shared information that Apple will add three new watch faces for the novelty:

  • World Timer (Atlas) lit up at the presentation of WWDC 2021. it will show the world time in a minimalistic black and white design;
  • Dial Continuum will be able to change throughout the day and time, the settings seem to be set by the user;
  • Modular Max very similar to Infograph but will be complicated by a few additional scrollable elements.

  Apple will add three new watch faces for new items

For buyers of the Nike and Hermes versions, new watch faces will also be developed that can change according to your movement (Nike version) and time (Hermes version).

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But regarding the compatibility of straps, thoughts differ: some analysts say that past versions will be compatible with the new product. But there are also thoughts that due to the reduction in the width of the Apple Watch 7, the bands will become thinner and because of this will be incompatible with the bands of the Apple Watch 6.

Apple Watch 7 display will increase by 16% and add new watch faces

Source: 9to5mac

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