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The redesigned Apple Watch Series 7 brings larger screen sizes

Series 7 is the most durable Apple watch the company has ever built.

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Apple unveiled the next generation of Apple Watch — the Apple Watch Series 7 — and it brings larger screen sizes.

The September event on Tuesday paved way for the Apple Watch Series 7. As stated by COO Jeff Williams, the Series 7 is the most durable Apple watch the company has ever built.

Rumors had that the watch would be having a larger screen, and it certainly has. Apple has placed a much larger screen, in fact, 20 percent more than the Series 6 and over 50 percent more than the Series 3. The display is an always-on retina display that is almost 40 percent thinner than the Series 6 introduced last year. The elegantly rounded corners refract light for a better user experience.

A new QWERTY keyboard, a first-ever for Apple Watch allows users to type their messages seamlessly with a simple gesture that is quickly predicted by the Watch, thanks to advanced machine learning.The Series 7 has a crack resistance screen claimed to be Apple’s strongest front crystal ever. It is also the first Apple Watch to have an IP6X certification, enabling users to carry their watch to the dust with no worries. Also, the watch is swim-proof with WR50 water resistance.

The battery was expected to have significant changes. And, yes! Apple hasn’t made its fans down. The Series 7 has an 18-hour battery life and improved charging. The watch now takes 45 minutes to go from 0 to 80 percent charge which is almost 33 percent than its predecessor. Also, an eight-minute charge will provide users with eight hours of sleep tracking hours of sleep tracking.

With the larger display, messages and emails will be spacious to visualize. Likewise, the buttons have been redesigned to cope up with the new display. Finally, dedicated watch faces are made available for the larger display.

The Series 7 comes in five new colors: midnight, starlight, blue, green, and red. It is also available in graphite, silver, gold, stainless steel, natural titanium, and space black titanium. The Watch starts at $399 and can be pre-ordered next week on the Apple website.

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