Apple is expected to launch Apple Watch Series 7 smartwatch in September

As the autumn conference approaches, we have heard a lot of information about the release date, price, color, and new health features of Apple Watch Series 7. Rumor has it that the new generation of Apple smart watches will introduce a stylish, flat design, improve battery life, and even introduce a novel blood glucose monitoring sensor.

In terms of software, Apple Watch Series 7 will obviously be pre-installed with the latest watchOS 8. Apple introduced it at the WWDC 2021 Developer Conference in June this year.

Although the company has not disclosed the exact release date, it is not difficult to guess that it will be unveiled with other new products during this fall’s event.

If the rumors are reliable, the novice logo will usher in many bright upgrades and improvements based on last year’s Apple Watch Series 6.

It is reported that Apple launched this smart watch during the online virtual conference in September 2020, supplemented by a more affordable Apple Watch SE model for the mid-market.

Last year, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the redesigned Apple Watch might come out in the second half of 2021. As for whether the company will launch new “SE” products in the same period this year, it remains to be tested.

If all goes well, we may usher in multiple product line updates at the “iPhone 13” new product launch conference on September 8.

Affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple was forced to postpone the 2020 iPhone 12 conference to October.

But on September 15th, the company launched Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE, and started sales three days later.