These days, the news revolves around the iPhone 13 and its reception by users of the first models. That it is faster, beautiful and long etc. Meanwhile, we also find other important news from other devices presented at the last Apple event. We are talking about the Apple Watch series 7 that will not hit stores until mid to late fall. It has been found a 60.5GHz wireless connection module.
The Apple Watch Series 7 was announced at Apple’s September event alongside the iPhone 13 lineup. It is unknown when it will be available to customers. Although Apple hasn’t revealed many details about the product, FCC filings Now they have revealed that the 7 series has a secret 60.5 GHz wireless connection for data transfer.
According to the specialized magazine MacRumors, they have been able to see the FCC reports and show that the Apple Watch Series 7 has a 60.5GHz wireless connection module, which has never been seen before in any Apple product. According to the documents submitted, the 60.5 GHz transmitter requires a «patented wireless serial base»With a corresponding module to allow data transmission on the Apple Watch.
EUT consists of an Apple Watch handheld device that contains a 60.5 GHz license-exempt communications transmitter module. A proprietary wireless serial base with a corresponding 60.5GHz module is required to activate transmission on the Apple Watch. A magnetic alignment device locks the Apple Watch in place on top of the wireless serial base. Which allows communication between the base and the Apple Watch. The wireless serial base is powered by a USB-C port.
Since this technology has never been mentioned by Apple and requires an external device to be enabled, it is likely that the 60.5GHz transmitter is exclusively for internal Apple use. It seems that the connection is capable of transfer data at up to 480 Mbps, similar to USB 2.0 speeds.