Emergency SOS on Apple Watch stars in a new Apple advertisement that tugs the heartstrings by reinforcing how the wrist-worn device could help save lives.
Apple Watch Series 7
Some people are experiencing various Apple Watch charging issues after installing Apple's recent watchOS 8.3 software update. Are you one of them?
Hot on the heels of Apple releasing iOS 15.1.1 to the public earlier this week, which patched a relatively smaller issue, Apple is back with another update. But this one's for the Apple Watch. Specifically, for the Apple Watch Series 7, which has apparently run into some charging issues for some owners out in the wild.
The holiday shopping season is already kicking off for some folks, and some companies. Apple, for instance, has officially launched its holiday efforts for 2021, which includes a nice new addition to the offerings for customers who are looking to buy some new Apple-branded gear this holiday season.
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.
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.
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.
When will Apple Watch Series 7 launch? According to Apple itself, it will open pre-orders for the new smartwatch on Friday, October 8, with orders set to start arriving the following week.
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.
Apple Watch Series 7 is equipped with a 60GHz wireless data module that activates when the watch gets placed on a special dock. Here's why we think Series 7 has this secret feature.