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Apple reveals Apple Watch Series 7, featuring a larger, more advanced display

Apple reveals Apple Watch Series 7, featuring a larger, more advanced display

Introducing Apple Watch Series 7, featuring the largest, most advanced display. watchOS 8 brings new features to anyone who rides a bike. Apple Watch users…

Tuesday, Sep 14

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Introducing Apple Watch Series 7, featuring the largest, most advanced display. watchOS 8 brings new features to anyone who rides a bike. Apple Watch users can take an electrocardiogram right from the wrist with the ECG app. Apple Watch users can take an electrocardiogram right from the wrist with the ECG app. The stunning Apple Watch Series 7 display is nearly 20 percent larger than that of Apple Watch Series 6, and over 50 percent larger than that of Apple Watch Series 3, with an optimized user interface for greater readability and ease of use. Apple Watch Series 7 offers a new QWERTY keyboard that can be tapped or swiped with QuickPath, allowing users to slide a finger to type. The display on Apple Watch Series 7 has a unique refractive edge that makes full-screen watch faces and apps appear to seamlessly connect with the curvature of the case. The new Contour face on Apple Watch Series 7 takes the dial right to the edge of the display and fluidly animates throughout the day, emphasizing the current hour. The new Modular Duo face on Apple Watch Series 7 leverages the extra screen area with two large, data-rich center complications. The classic World Time face, based on heritage watches and ideal for travelers, tracks the time in 24 time zones around a double dial. Apple Watch wearers can add keys for their home or office, and tap their watch to unlock. Apple Watch wearers can add keys for their home […]

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