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The launch of the Apple Wacth series 7 could be delayed due to the new design


Many have been and are being the rumors about the launch of the new Apple Watch series 7. A new more square design in line with the current design of the iPhone 12, larger than 41 and 45 mm and probably with a new color. However, this more than an advantage, it seems that it can be a problem. Due to this design change, the arrival on the markets of this new model it may be delayed.

There are rumors launched by Nikkei Asia that could be frustrating for those of us who are waiting for the new Apple Watch. Citing sources familiar with the production of the Apple Watch Series 7, the outlet reports that the redesigned hardware is causing delays in production and therefore could delay the launch.

Production of the next Apple Watch has been largely delayed due to complicated designs for the new smartwatch, Nikkei Asia has learned. The makers of Apple Watch 7, as the device is expected to be called, began small-scale production last week, but found critical challenges to achieving satisfactory production performance.

Sources mentioned that the current disappointing production quality could be attributed to the complexity of the design, which is significantly different from previous generations of the watch, and workers encountered problems assembling electronic modules, components, and displays. To this we have to add the probable COVID restrictions that may arise.

But not all the news is bad. According to the same sources, the new modes would arrive with the new software functions available. That is, blood pressure measurements. But also with an improvement in hardware. We will have more water protection for the watch, which will mean that we can swim more and better with it on the wrist.

Maybe because of this some of us can hold out and although it is presented at the same time as the iPhone, it will arrive later than it. Not much else but enough to bite your nails.

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