Apple is expected to increase the size of its upcoming Apple Watch Series 7, which will be larger at 41mm and 45mm respectively. Additionally, Apple is expected to add new watch faces to take advantage the larger displays.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, who is the editor of Bloomberg's "Power On", has published the latest issue of his newsletter. He supports recent rumors that the new Apple Watch will have larger cases due to the smaller bezels.
The Series 7 will now be available in 41mm and 45mm versions, as opposed to the 40mm and 44mm sizes. Gurman claims that Apple will bundle the Series 7 with new Apple Watch faces that use the larger screens to make it more worthwhile.
The new watches will be available in sizes 41-millimeter (and 45-millimeters) instead of 40 and 44 millimeters. To take advantage of the larger screen, Apple will bundle multiple watch faces, including an Infograph Modular face. After the Apple Watch Series 4 in 2017, this will be the second occasion in Apple Watch history that the display size has been increased.
The Series 7 will only be able to get the new Apple Watch faces. They will not likely be available in software updates for older models.
The Apple Watch Series 7 will include cosmetic improvements and improved battery life. The Apple Watch Series 7 will be revealed at the September all-digital Apple Event. Our guide will help you learn more about what to expect this fall.