Apple gave us a preview of the Apple Watch Series 7’s more durable design, larger screen and new colors during its iPhone 13 launch event on Sept. 14. While we know a lot of the high-level upgrades, we still don’t know exactly when it will be released or what processor it will run on.
The Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399, just like last year’s Series 6. International pricing wasn’t clarified, but if it matches the current Series 6 pricing it would be £379 and AU$599. Based on what we know, the Series 7 seems like a modest upgrade compared to its predecessor that could be ideal for first-time buyers or those upgrading from an older watch.
We know the Apple Watch Series 7 has a bigger screen, but its exact size is unclear.
Here’s a look at some of the details we still haven’t learned about the Apple Watch Series 7.
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When is the Apple Watch Series 7’s exact release date?
The biggest question surrounding the Apple Watch Series 7 is when you’ll be able to buy it. Apple said it will be available later this fall, suggesting it’ll arrive in time for the holiday shopping season. But it hasn’t provided any more specific details beyond that.
Apple typically releases new models of the iPhone and Apple Watch in September, but it’s made some exceptions to that routine in recent years. Last year’s iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max, for example, launched in November. The iPhone X also debuted in November back when it launched in 2017.
What’s the pricing for the Apple Watch Series 7’s stainless steel and titanium models?
We know the Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399 and we heard a lot about the new color options for the aluminum versions during Apple’s Sept. 14 event. But we don’t know much else about what pricing will look like across the entire Apple Watch Series 7 lineup.
The Apple Watch Series 6 also begins at $399, so it’s likely that the Series 7 will follow the same pricing structure. The more premium finishes typically…