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Alleged Apple Watch Series 7 CAD Renders Reveal New Design With Flat Edges and Larger Display


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The renders reveal an updated Apple Watch design that takes inspiration from the flat-edges of the iPhone 12, iPad Pro, iPad Air, and the upcoming 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros. From the renders, we can see that the rear of the Apple Watch will consist of the same configuration of health sensors as the current Series 6.

 

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The upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 will feature flat edges, a larger display thanks to smaller bezels, and a more prominent speaker...

 

I may actually get one if true. it does seem likely that it will actually look like this given the iPhone 12, iPad Air/Pro and rumoured 2021 MacBook Pro design change to flat edges. But at the same time, it's just a CAD leak. Anyone can make make of those if they know how.

 

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2 hours ago, UltraMega said:

Is that the only real new "feature" to talk about? The only thing I find interesting about smart watches is the bio-monitoring capabilities. Are there any new features in that direction? 

Nothing is confirmed about it at all, there's just rumours. There's supposed to be a hydration monitor as well, but rumoured. Apples keynote next month

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