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Apple Watch Series 7 with a bigger screen announced, priced at $399

 Apple Watch Series 7 with 20% larger screen and $399 price tag revealed at Apple's annual event.

New Apple Watch Series 7

  • Apple introduced the new Apple Watch Series 7 that will be available this fall.
  • It has a great design that covers almost all screens, providing a 20% larger face than Series 6.
  • Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399 and is available in seven colors.
Apple introduced the new Apple Watch Series 7 for the first time during its annual product event on Tuesday, which was held online.


The Latest Apple Watch The Apple Watch Series 7 has a whole new look

Although the watch is packed with new features, it has a fresh look 
from its predecessor with narrow bezels around the face that allow for a near-full width of the screen - making it 20 percent larger than the Series 6.

The tech giant boasts that this device is "the most durable Apple Watch ever, with a stronger, more crack-resistant front crystal.

The Series 7 is also the first to include IP6X certification for dust resistance and maintaining a WR50 water resistance rating.

The Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399 and will be available sometime this fall, according to Apple.

“Apple Watch Series 7 delivers significant improvements — from our largest and most advanced screen, to improved durability and faster charging,” said Jeff Williams, Apple's chief operating officer, in a statement.

Which makes the world's best smartwatch better than ever.

Powered by watchOS 8, Apple Watch introduces useful new capabilities to help customers stay connected, track activity and workouts, and better understand their health and wellness.

Apple has upgraded the Always-On Retina display to provide up to 70 percent more brightness than the Series 6, making it easier to see the watch face without having to raise the wrist or wake the screen, according to Apple.

Due to the larger screen, users can now experience the new QWERTY keyboard that can be tapped or swiped with QuickPath.