As is tradition, the Apple Store has gone down ahead of the Apple event later today suggesting that new hardware is on the way. The “California Streamin'” Apple event kicks off at 10 AM Pacific Time.
Apple has unveiled the Apple Watch Series 7, but are its new features enough to tempt current Apple Watch SE or Apple Watch Series 6 owners? Here's what you should know.Credit: AppleAt its Sept. 14 "California Streaming" event, Apple took the wraps off the Apple Watch Series 7. It did not feature the radical redesign that many Apple watchers were expecting. And, additionally, it didn't expand Apple's existing suite of health features. Read more
Apple recently removed the FlickType keyboard, saying that keyboards aren’t allowed on the Apple Watch.
Apple has taken down its online Apple Store for updates, in preparation for Tuesday's launch of the iPhone 13 and other products.As is customary for an Apple launch day, the company has put its online Apple Store and the Apple Store app into a maintenance mode. Visitors to the store will see a message stating the page will "Be right back," complete with the multi-colored Apple logo animation.While Apple does periodically pull the online Apple Store offline for maintenance, the period is...
Apple has released a collection of new Apple Watch bands to complement the newly announced Apple Watch Series 7, including a new Nike-branded Sport Loop and new colorways for Solo Loop and Braided Solo Loop bands.Tuesday's event brought news of a new Apple Watch, the Apple Watch Series 7. Designed to be faster, brighter, and boasting a bigger screen, the Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399 and is available in two sizes.As anticipated, Apple has prepared for the new Apple Watch by releasing a...
Apple Watch Series 7 models are equipped with a new module that enables 60.5GHz wireless data transfer, according to FCC filings viewed by MacRumors, but this functionality may be reserved for Apple's internal use only for now.
These are the main differences we're expecting between the rumored Apple Watch 7 and last year's Apple Watch 6.
Apple Watch Series 7 models have a new module that allows 60.5GHz wireless data transmission, according to a source.
Contrary to some pre-event rumors, the redesigned Apple Watch Series 7 will not require new Watch bands, and will remain compatible with all previous ones.Apple Watch Series 7 bands are compatible with previous WatchesApple Watch Series 7 did not get the flat-edge redesign that was expected, but it will come with a larger body. Conflicting leaks and rumors prior to the unveiling suggested that the new 41mm and 45mm size Apple Watches would therefore require new bands. Read more
Apple finally announced Apple Watch Series 7 on Tuesday after several rumors about the next generation of its smartwatch. However, unlike what the rumors suggested, Apple Watch Series 7 doesn’t exactly have a brand-new design — and that’s not all. It seems that this year’s Apple Watch has the same processor as the 2020 Apple Watch Series 6.
The rumored flatter watch wasn’t real, but the Apple Watch 7 is still a significant upgrade.
The Apple Watch 7 hasn't even debuted yet, but we've just heard a rumor about the 2022 device.