Although we can make informed guesses as to what and how much the Apple Watch 7 and apple watch bands series 5 will cost, the latest Apple Watch 7 rumors are less accurate. We’re still too far away from launch for reliable leaks, but we can speculate about some features we’d like to see.
Apple is rumored to be working on a way to extend the battery life of its wearables, according to Patently Apple. The “Battery Watch Band” could increase battery capacity without increasing the Watch’s overall size. We’re used to the current models’ 18-24 hour battery life, but we’d like to see an Apple Watch that can go longer between charges. Blood pressure monitoring may be added to Apple Watch next year for a variety of purposes. First and foremost, it’s a strong contender for the company’s yearly health function update. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 already has a blood pressure sensor, so Apple can use that as a starting point.
However, it appears that the company intends to take a proprietary approach. Apple has a leg up on the competition in health tracking thanks to a patent application that includes built-in blood pressure monitoring with correction factors. For example, Samsung’s blood pressure monitor necessitates monthly calibration, which can be time consuming. We hoped Apple would follow up on the Fitbit Sense’s stress management tools with similar features for Apple Watch 6. They did not materialize.
Apple may have a consistent lead in life-saving functionality, but mental health resources are also life-saving. Fortunately, two top leakers have reported that Apple is working on a way for your smartwatch to alert you about panic attacks and high stress levels. Apple Watch 7 could be on the verge of switching from an OLED to a microLED display, allowing for a slimmer and more power-efficient Apple Watch. MicroLED displays are brighter and do not have the luminance decay issues that conventional OLED panels do.
Bloomberg announced in 2018 that the company is producing MicroLED displays out of a run-down building in California. They weren’t available for Apple Watch 6, but the latest monitor could be available for the Apple Watch in 2021. Again, it’s too soon to draw any conclusions about the Apple Watch 7. We’re as eager as you are to find out what Apple has planned for its next-generation wearable.
While the Apple Watch 7 is still months away from release, we already have a good idea of what the next-generation model would have thanks to some early reports and familiarity with Apple’s smartwatch lineup. The Apple Watch 7, which will be released as a follow-up to the Apple Watch Series 6, is expected to have many updates that will make the best smartwatch even better. We could see a new health sensor, a better monitor, and longer battery life, among other things. Unless Apple throws a financial curveball, we have a decent idea of how much the Apple Watch 7 would cost. The company’s flagship smartwatch in the 40mm size with GPS has traditionally been priced at $399.