It is beyond dispute that Apple’s products are always sold well regardless of how they are received when they are first introduced. Many clients expected more changes to the iPhone 13 during the company’s September presentation, but many were disappointed. The biggest letdown, though, may have been the high expectations for the Apple Watch Series 7 based on leaks and speculations. The official version of the smartwatch may not have been dramatically changed, but this latest real-world image of the Apple Watch Series 7 confirms the improvement that enthusiasts desired in the first place.
In fact, it’s unreasonable to blame Apple for not delivering on something it never promised, and the recent circus around the Apple Watch Series 7 and its pre-release hoopla only demonstrated how untrustworthy unofficial information can be, even from normally trusted sources. In general, the new Apple Watch did not offer the much-anticipated design improvements that had been repeatedly predicted and therefore expected. However, it did improve in the things that mattered the most.
The Apple Watch Series 7 features a much bigger screen compared to other smartwatches. This was done by decreasing the bezels surrounding the display rather than altering the overall design. It also increased the size of the casing, although only slightly.
Those concerned that the latter isn’t the case that will be relieved to see a new snapshot comparing the Apple Watch Series 7 and Series 6 side by side. It’s not just marketing or erroneous renderings. Real smartwatches are displaying the improved screen, which doesn’t come at a high price in terms of larger sizes.
There will always be those who believe that the display improvement is insufficient, reflecting the iPhone 13’s baby steps ahead. On the other hand, others have been waiting for this moment. The Apple Watch Series 7 will be available for purchase on Friday.