Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 7 at the iPhone event in September, but briefly said when the device would actually hit the market. This appeared to be in line with previous rumors suggesting there might be production issues and that global chip shortages may have contributed.
Because of this, Apple couldn’t give a firm release date for the smartwatch, but now, according to FrontPageTech’s Jon Prosser, he claims that the Apple Watch Series 7 is expected to ship in the middle of the year, according to his information. October, which means we should be able to order it around this time as well.
Note that this is a rumor as Apple hasn’t confirmed anything yet, but since we’re already in October we expect Apple to share some details soon if the rumors are true. If not, we’ll just have to wait.
Series 7 was admittedly a bit of a disappointing start. While it has a slightly updated design, it wasn’t the massive makeover we heard about. The upgrades don’t feel that spectacular either, and there aren’t any new health sensors. If you’re looking to upgrade from a Series 3 or Series 4, this could be a good upgrade. Otherwise, the Series 8 might prove to be a more compelling device if you don’t mind persevering.
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