Apple has yet to announce a release date for the new Apple Watch 7 smartwatch. The site doesn’t even list the device’s specs, with the release date listed as “later this fall.” Nevertheless, there was evidence that the new product supports one important feature that Apple was silent about at the presentation.
We are talking about wireless data transmission at a frequency of 60.5 GHz. The information that the smart watch supports this feature was provided by MacRumors, which received the FCC document.
According to him, wireless data transmission can only be carried out when the device is placed in a proprietary magnetic docking station with a special module. Such docking stations are not available for purchase, so it can be concluded that Apple employees can use such a device to restore the Apple Watch 7.
Another thing we know about the docking station is that it is powered by a USB-C port and has the number A2687. Estimated data transfer rate on the Apple Watch 7 using the station is up to 480 Mbps, this is the speed of USB 2.0.
A source: MacRumors