We’ve seen renders of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 in the past that shows off the new design, but the folks at PhoneArena have since cobbled together a bunch of fresh renders that depicts them like how you might expect to see them if they were on Apple’s website, and we have to say that this renders do give us a better idea of what to expect.
We already know that the upcoming Series 7 will sport a brand new design. This design language will borrow from the iPad Pro and iPhone 12 which have ditched the curved edges in favor of something that’s flatter and sharper, and these renders show just that. We were a bit worried based on the previous renders that it might look too boxy, but these renders actually seem to make the watch look “better”, even though they are kind of the same thing.
Apart from that, these renders don’t really tell us what we don’t already know. The Series 7 will obviously come with various upgrades in terms of processor, but it is also rumored to be bigger where it will have 41mm and 45mm display options, up from 40mm and 44mm from the previous models.
There were initial reports about it packing a glucose monitor, but later reports pretty much squashed it. We expect that the Series 7 will most likely be announced at the iPhone event later in September, so check back with us in the coming weeks for more details.