Apple Watch Series 7 expected to come in 41mm and 45mm screen size, may lose support for previous watch bands – Times of India

Apple Watch Series 7, the upcoming smartwatch from Apple that is expected to be launched this month along with the next iPhone. The biggest rumour about the upcoming wearable device from Apple at this point is change in the design. Multiple online reports have claimed that Apple is opting for a new design for the upcoming Watch where it will move away from the soft rounded corners of the edges and instead come with squared-off edges and flat display.
Now, a report by Bloomberg has added more information to that and claimed that Apple may also change the size of the watch as well. As per the report, the company is expected to launch the Watch Series 7 in 41mm and 45mm screen sizes that will measure 1.78-inches and 1.9-inches respectively. The resolution of the 45mm watch is expected to be 396×484 pixels, which is 16% more pixels than its predecessor, Apple Watch Series 6, which offers 368×448 pixel resolution.
Due to this increased size, Apple Watch is expected to be able to come with support for new watch faces including Modular Max, Continuum, and a new world time face. Besides this, it is also said that Apple is developing new faces for the Hermes and Nike versions of the Apple Watch.
With reports about new screen sizes of Apple Watch Series 7 coming in, there is an increasing buzz about whether or not previous watch bands will work with new sizes or not.
To recall, the first-generation Apple Watch 1 till Watch Series 3 were available in 38mm and 42mm cases. With Apple Watch Series 4, the company not only made the product slightly more rounded but also increased the sizes to 40mm and 44mm.
As of now, all Watch bands are interchangeable, but with reports about completely new Watch sizes — 41mm and 45mm — coming in, that too in flatter design, it is alleged that previous generation Watch bands may not work anymore.
Max Weinbach even posted on Twitter that the new Apple Watch bands. “won’t be compatible with old watches.”

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