Apple Watch Series 7 CAD render

Apple Watch Series 7 will be unveiled with the iPhone 13 series at the company’s hardware event in September, which is usually held in September. It is said that little is known about Apple Watch Series 7. Well, this situation is changing today, because 91mobiles only provide you with high-resolution CAD-based renderings of Apple Watch Series 7 provided by industry sources.

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In the renderings we saw in May, the Apple Watch Series 7 CAD renderings showed that the company is redefining the design and eliminating the rounded edges of the curved design. It seems that Apple is looking for a box-shaped design that follows the iPad Pro and iPhone 12 models. A CAD rendering of the Apple Watch Series 7 reveals the design. Apple Watch Series 7 renderings show that future smartwatches will have flat sides instead of curved bezels like the previous Apple Watch mode.

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The buttons don’t seem to have changed because we have a digital head for navigation, a microphone, and a flat selection button on the right side of the frame. There are two fairly large speaker slots on the left. On the back of the dial, we have a normal heart rate monitor and other sensors. As always, the Apple Watch series should also be available in a variety of colours this time. Also read: Apple’s patent indicates that future iPhones may contain titanium additives.

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Sources told us that Apple Watch Series 7 will provide 44 mm, 44 x 38 x 9 mm and 1.8-inch screens. In comparison, the 44mm Series 6 measures 44 x 38 x 10.7 mm and weighs 36 grams. This is all the information about Apple Watch Series 7, but previous leaks revealed some of the most important details of smartwatches. New display with a thinner bezel and improved health sensor. According to reports, Apple has tested a new lamination technology designed to bring the panel closer to the front cover.

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It claims to use ultra-wideband technology and should be able to connect to Apple’s Find My Network. It should also allow the watch to open the door lock, as shown in the WatchOS 8 preview.

 
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