Apple Watch Series 7 Could Get A New Battery To Increase Time Before Charges
Apple will likely announce Apple Watch Series 7 later this fall and now a new report claims that the wearable will come with a larger capacity battery than the outgoing Apple Watch Series 6.
What’s more, the same report claims that new Apple Watch colors will be offered, too.
While the Apple Watch has generally lasted more than a day per charge for most people, there is always room for improvement. Apple’s Apple Watch Series 7 will gain a larger battery to make it easier to go longer without a charging cable, according to UDN.
The larger battery will be accommodated by a new, smaller processor.
According to the supply chain, Apple’s new generation of Apple Watch-Series 7 will be unveiled simultaneously with the new iPhone in September. It will be equipped with a smaller “S7” processor to free up more space and equip a battery with a larger capacity. Change part of the design and add new colors to attract buyers. The legal person is optimistic that with the launch of the new Apple Watch, Apple is expected to maintain its dominant position in wearable devices , adding momentum to the second half of the supply chain operations of Hon Hai (2317) , Compal, and ASE.
Recently, the industry has also circulated the design details of Apple Watch 7. The most eye-catching is that it is expected to adopt ASE’s double-sided system-in-package (SiP) to reduce the size of the processor with this technology, and the space released will be equipped with larger capacity. Battery, or with other sensors, the new design will allow Apple Watch 7 to maintain the size of the previous generation.
The same report suggest that we will see new colors this year, although it doesn’t say what they will be. We’ve previously heard that a green color will be offered, but the new report suggests more than one new color will arrive.
Apple is also said to be continuing its work on a blood sugar sensor according to this report, although that won’t be ready for this year and potentially not even 2022.
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