Apple will broadcast a prerecorded product tour on Tuesday, September 14 from the Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California to unveil iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7.
Depending on which watch face you use on your Apple Watch right now, you could very well have a lot of different data points staring back at you. But, with the newest version of the smartwatch coming down the pike, it sounds like Apple's figured out a way to give us even more. More screen real estate and more data.
You may be able to buy an Apple Watch Series 7 from day one after all. Apple's suppliers have now resolved production snags and are reportedly starting volume production by month-end.
One of the strongest elements of Apple's smartwatch lineup these days is its health features. Apple may not be able to add all the features it wants to this year's oft-rumored model. But it doesn't sound like the company is slowing down with its plans anytime soon, though.
Apple Watch Series 7 won't have a blood-pressure sensor, Bloomberg claims, although that doesn't mean that a future model won't include it. Also, expect launch availability issues.
Word on the street is that Apple is going to host an event in mid-September, and, at that event, it will unveil not only the new iPhone 13 lineup, but also a redesigned Apple Watch Series 7. That new smartwatch is believed to offer up flat edges and bigger screens compared to the current models. But apparently the hardware changes have led to some issues.
There are some changes in hardware design expected for the iPhone 13 lineup this year, with rumors leaning towards a slightly smaller notch. However, it certainly sounds like the Apple Watch Series 7 is going to see the majority of changes this time around. If the rumors pan out, the newest smartwatch will make several improvements to the design.
As the United States National Park Service turns 105 years old, Apple has determined now is the right time to celebrate. The company today has announced a new initiative that will see many of its services promoting the national parks throughout the United States. And that includes the Apple Pay collaboration that we reported on earlier this week.
In the near future, Apple is more than likely going to host an early September media event to show off a range of new devices. While most of the attention will obviously be put on the new iPhone lineup, that's not all we're going to see if the rumors pan out. For instance, we're probably going to get a new Apple Watch --the oft-rumored Apple Watch Series 7-- and Apple may welcome brand new sizes to the lineup.
The next Apple Watch activity challenge has been scheduled for Saturday, August 28, and you can earn a virtual medal and exclusive stickers by completing it.
The Apple Watch started out as a watch that could do a few other things, but it has changed quite a bit over the years. That includes being jam-packed with a ton of sensors. But it looks like Apple may not be done finding new ways to put even more sensors into the small case.
With a few weeks until Apple's fall announcements, all titanium-clad Apple Watch models are now unavailable to purchase from Apple.com ahead of an upcoming Series 7 refresh.