Contrary to rumors, the battery hasn’t been improved this time out. It can, however, charge at around 33% faster, so you can get some quick juice in before sleep tracking.
The corners are rounded and the display is significantly brighter than the last version. The new screen is able to fit 50% more text than the previous models, and the system features a new text input feature with AI predictions. The glass on the front has been fortified, and the Watch now rates IP6X.
Apple Watch Series 7 is arriving later this fall, starting at $399. The cases come in five different colors. The Series 3 is sticking around, priced at $279, while the SE runs $279. The new watch will ship with WatchOS 8, which now includes bike tracking.