Apple Watch Series 7 will receive an increased battery to the detriment of new sensors

Apple has not improved its autonomy since the release of the original Apple Watch, but it seems that with the release of the seventh series, everything will change.

According to Bloomberg, Apple planned to add a temperature sensor and blood glucose meter to the Apple Watch Series 7, but decided to postpone this until 2022 and 2023. The fact is that, to the detriment of new health sensors, the American manufacturer decided to increase the battery. Especially for this, the company will even change their appearance. It is also rumored that the watch will get a little thicker, but users are unlikely to notice this.

Recall that Apple Watch Series 7 is also credited with improved wireless connectivity and UWB (Ultra Wideband) technology, which can now be found in AirTags. The watch will also receive an enlarged screen diagonal with thin bezels and an updated panel using a new lamination technique.

As usual, the Apple Watch Series 7 announcement should take place in the fall.

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