It is largely expected that Apple will be launching a new Apple Watch this year in the form of the Apple Watch Series 7. While we wait for Apple to make the official confirmation, it looks like the company has semi-confirmed it thanks to EEC filings spotted by the folks at Consomac. According to the filings, six models have been registered.
These models are the A2473, A2474, A2475, A2476, A2477, and A2478. The model numbers don’t really tell us what we can expect in terms of specs, but they are new and do line up with our expectations that a Series 7 will be launched later this year. That being said, while each Apple Watch refresh comes with upgrades and new features, the Series 7 could be one worth looking forward to.
This is because for the first time in a long time, Apple could be giving the Apple Watch a redesign. So far the Apple Watch has largely kept its design, save for the newer models that come with a larger display, but overall they look the same. However, the rumors are claiming that Apple might adopt a flat-edged design that shares a similar design language to the company’s newer iPhones and iPads.
The rumors are claiming that the Series 7 could feature longer battery life and while it was initially rumored that they might come with a blood glucose monitor, there’s a chance that will no longer be happening.