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According to a leaker, the ‘Apple Watch Series 7’ will be available in 41mm and 45mm sizes.

The “Apple Watch Series 7” might come in two sizes: 41mm and 45mm, with existing watch bands still being completely compatible.

On the Chinese social networking platform Weibo, a leaker known as Uncle Pan posted a short message regarding the prospective change.

Apple has only enlarged the Apple Watch display once previously, by 2mm, in the Apple Watch Series 4 when it switched to an edge-to-edge display style. Apple’s design philosophy is also influenced by Apple Watch users’ desire to make bands universal.

In the post comments, Uncle Pan confirms Jon Prosser’s renderings, citing “right-angle edge.” This was in response to someone who said the watch would instead have rounded corners.

While a 1mm increase in display size would be rare, it isn’t impossible. With the “Apple Watch Series 7,” Apple is likely to switch to a flat-edged design, which might provide the display somewhat more area for the same-sized watches.

Uncle Pan doesn’t have a lot of experience with leaks, but he’s been right before. He got the colors of the new Apple MagSafe leather case right, for example, however the “Apple Pencil 3” and “AirPods 3” are still missing.

The addition of 5G, additional material possibilities, and yet another health-focused function are all rumored for the “Apple Watch Series 7.” While 5G is a possibility, some speculations appear more far-fetched and rely on undeveloped technologies.

A bigger battery compartment would be possible with a modification in the physical frame combined with a size increase. Battery life will be more essential than ever if Apple adds 5G to its watch.

Apple is anticipated to introduce the “Apple Watch Series 7” at one of its September events. The “iPhone 13” range, with better cameras and CPUs, is also anticipated to be unveiled.

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