Apple Watch Series 7 to launch on September 14 event despite production issues – Insider Paper

The launch of Apple Watch Series 7 could accompany the iPhone 13 at the company’s next event on September 14.

Despite manufacturing issues during the production stage, Apple will launch its new Apple Watch Series 7 on September 14 at its event.

According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple and its suppliers have already solved those problems. Mass production will begin soon, according to 9to5Mac.

Regardless of the rumors, Apple has a fairly consistent track record of releasing new smartwatch models in mid-September every year.

The upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 could have larger 41mm and 45mm case sizes, smaller bezels, and a flat-edged design, allowing for a slightly larger viewing surface area.

The Apple Watch Series 7 could have a smaller ‘S7’ chip. Adding a smaller chip would allow more space for a larger battery or other components.

ASE Technology, a Taiwanese supplier, will manufacture this new chipset. ASE Technology confirmed on its website that its double-sided technology will allow for the miniaturization of modules.

Previous reports suggested that Apple Watch Series 7 models would launch later this year, with Mark Gurman claiming that Apple has tested thinner screen bezels.

The Cupertino-based tech giant also intends to introduce a new lamination technique that reduces the gap between the display and the glass cover, which may result in a slightly thicker overall chassis for the watch.

In addition, Ming-Chi Kuo, the famous Apple analyst, stated that he has high hopes for the Apple Watch 2022. The Apple Watch Series 8 will have a new function of measuring body temperature. The new feature of Apple Watch Series 8 will allow users to detect fever and other common symptoms of illness.

Stay tuned for the official announcement of the Apple Watch Series 7, as well as the introduction of the iPhone 13 and other surprises, at the Apple event on September 14. Let us know your views in the comments.

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