We’re all eagerly for Apple to reveal the next iPhone event. But there are some disappointing news from Nikkei Asia that could disappoint Apple Watch owners. According to people familiar with Apple Watch Series 7 production, the new hardware is creating production delays prior to the launch. Except for last year’s small delay due to COVID; Apple usually delivers substantial new updates to the Apple Watch in September.
While it’s hard to believe that Apple Watch Series 7 production actually began just last week. Apple has a habit of ramping up iPhone and Apple Watch production in August ahead of a late September launch.
Apple Watch Series 7 production issues – What’s Next
Introduction of Apple Watch Series 7 may take place after the iPhone 13. Apple has traditionally delivered Apple Watch updates alongside new iPhones. Additionally, The supply for the new model will be severely limited at launch.
According to Nikkei, manufacture of the Watch Series 7 has been paused.
The new Apple Watch design is likely to drastically alter the contour of the case in order to better match the looks of the iPhone 12 and iPad Pro. Apple’s most recent devices; , such as the redesigned iMac and the expected MacBook Pro update, have a boxier design than the curved Apple Watches.
The display will also be significantly boosted, potentially because to reduce bezels, with 40mm and 44mm becoming 41mm and 45mm, respectively.
According to Nikkei – Another factor (by sources) is continuous travel restrictions; under COVID-19 protocols. Additionally, Nikkei reports that the Apple Watch Series 7 will incorporate blood pressure measuring functionality as well as a higher water resistant certification.
Apple will reveal the date of its annual iPhone event soon. The Apple Watch will revealed, as early as September 14. If speculations are true, the announcement for the event may be on September 7th. So we all need to wait for the official announcement