Apple’s upcoming Watch Series 7 will likely come with a slightly larger display than its predecessor.
This is according to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman, who detailed some of the specs of the new Watch in the latest addition of his Power On newsletter.
According to Gurman, the Apple Watch Series 7 will have a flatter display and edges, and a faster processor. Both variants will also have larger displays.
More precisely, the Apple Watch Series 7 will come in two sizes: 41mm and 45mm. The Apple Watch Series 6 has a slightly smaller display, at 40mm and 44mm. While this sounds like a minute change, it will actually make a difference — Gurman says Apple will ship several new watch faces with the Series 7 to take advantage of the bigger display, including an updated Infograph Modular face.
Gurman’s report confirms most of the earlier rumors we’ve heard about the upcoming Watch. Back in May, leaker Jon Prosser shared renders of what the new, flatter Watch Series 7 might look like, and he also said Apple will likely launch it in a new green color.
As for other changes, the Apple Watch Series 7 is rumored to have a slightly bigger battery, as well as ultra-wideband functionality (as seen in Apple AirTags).
The Apple Watch Series 7 is likely to launch mid-September, alongside the iPhone 13.