While Apple didn't appear to go out of its way to brand the Apple Watch Series 7 as the biggest update to the smartwatch to date, there are quite a few updates. That includes the slightly larger case sizes in comparison to the previous model. And we can't forget the larger display, thanks to those slightly smaller bezels. The whole thing still looks like an Apple Watch, but it's got some important alterations. And now we've got a look under the hood, too.
Check out the official AirPods 3 system requirements to see if your phones, tablets, computers and other devices are supported by Apple's third-generation wireless earbuds.
The Apple Watch diagnostic port is no more! With Series 7, Apple has removed the six-pin connection that used to expose itself when you removed the bottom strap.
Apple has been predicted to release the next Apple Watch in three sizes by a display analyst who however stopped short of providing more information about what the third size might be.
It's safe to say that the release of iOS 15 could have gone a bit better. It wasn't the roughest iOS update to date, but it wasn't the smoothest, either. From large annoyances to small ones, the new software had a few bumps in the road. Like, for instance, for Apple TV owners who cannot stop getting keyboard notifications on their iPhone.
Up until late yesterday, and probably even early this morning, you could still order an Apple Watch Series 6 if you were so inclined. However, that ship has sailed now that the Apple Watch Series 7 has arrived. At least when it comes to Apple, anyway.
Today, you can order a brand new Apple Watch Series 7 if you are so inclined. While some initial orders are set to arrive on October 15, it looks like a lot of orders have already been pushed back to late October or early November. Which gives you a bit more time to go over the technical specifications of Apple's newest smartwatch.
We're not that far away from Apple giving the green light to orders for the Apple Watch Series 7. The brand new smartwatch, which features a larger display among other changes, is set to launch on Friday, October 8. But, oddly enough, if you were to go to Apple's website and try to find out how much each model costs, you'd come up empty handed.
You may have heard that many iPhone 13 owners out there ran into an issue unlocking their iPhone via their Apple Watch after upgrading to the new hardware. It was apparently a random bug, not affecting every single iPhone 13 out there, but it was certainly an issue. And now Apple's here with a fix.
A source with a decent but not stellar track record claims that Apple will at long last release Apple Watch Series 7 around the middle of October following the September event.
The iPhone 13 lineup launched earlier this month. And, unfortunately for some new owners, a bug surfaced that caused the new hardware to not properly communicate with a paired Apple Watch to access the ability to unlock the iPhone 13 with an Apple Watch. This feature is designed to make unlocking an iPhone with Face ID much more streamlined while wearing a mask (but it works without a mask, too, like when wearing certain sunglasses).
Do you run into weird issues when attempting to unlock iPhone 13 with Apple Watch? You're not alone. Apple has recognized that people are having problems with this feature and has promised to deliver a fix, but wouldn't say when.