The more complicated widgets will be easily displayed on Apple Watch 7 models.
On the upcoming Apple Watch 7 models, Apple may be bumping up displays’ sizes, said a new rumor with the nearly 2-inch screen version.
According to Bloomberg, the Apple Watch 7 will be released in larger sizes in 41mm and 45mm to boot, and it’ll pack 484 x 396 pixel resolution to a 1.9-inch display. It’s up from the Apple Watch 6, having 40 and 44mm sizes of 448 x 368 pixel resolution with a 1.78-inch screen.
The 16% more pixels means more display will be added to real estate to stuff the elements and the widget-like watch complications.
Apple has designed a few watch faces and enhanced older ones, such as World Timer with 24 global time zones or Atlas’s internal name simultaneously.
By seeing the previous history, we can see that its second time when the size of the Apple Watch has increased since Apple introduced the Apple Watch 4 in 2017, and it expanded from 38mm and 42mm versions to current Apple Watch 3’s 40mm and 44mm sizes.
When is Apple Watch 7 releasing?
The flying rumors expect that Apple Watch 7 would release nearby mid-September, which we expected would match with the rumored iPhone 13 launch date, September 14. According to a very recent rumor, the release of the Apple Watch 7 would be delayed after Apple experienced the new smartwatch and used beautiful design and predecessor’s internal differences.
There are two things that Apple could do: delay the release date of the Apple Watch 7, or drip out units and go through the low supply, only in case if they produce units indeed.
The former is shared how Apple postponed last year two of the four iPhone 12 models, iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 mini, openly as production issues were arriving all over the world.
iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 mini have different sizes, 6.7 inches and 5.4 inches, compared to iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro with 6.1 inches.