Apple Watch Series 7 is now available for purchase at our stores. While the new hardware may at first glance seem like it offers minimal updates, but depending on what version of Apple Watch you’re upgrading from, it can offer some big improvements. Read along to know why should upgrade to the new Apple Watch Series 7.
Processor and storage
Apple is using the same 64-bit dual-core processor in the Series 7 that launched in the Series 6. It is calling the SiP the “S7” but the processor is the same. While we shouldn’t expect a speed bump from Series 6 to 7, if you’re coming from earlier Apple Watch models you almost certainly will notice a faster, more responsive watch.
Another benefit, if you’re coming from a Series 3 or 4 to 7, is a jump in storage to 32GB.
Case and display
Two of the main changes with the Apple Watch 7 are a slightly larger case at 45 and 41mm and a larger display. It’s 20% bigger than Series 4-6/SE and 50% larger than the Series 3 display. Another consideration is you’ll be getting the always-on display if you’re coming from Series 3, 4, or the SE.
Battery and charging
Another improvement with Apple Watch 7 vs its predecessors is 33% faster charging. That means going from 0-80% in 45 instead of around 60 minutes for the other models.
If you’re interested in using Apple Watch Series 7 for sleep tracking, you also get 8 hours worth of use from an 8-minute charge.
While Apple Watch Series 7 may feel more like Series 6S overall, if you’re thinking of upgrading from Series 3, 4, or SE, you get a larger than ever display, always-on screen, faster charging, and all of the available health features.
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