The new iPhone 13 series and a redesigned iPad mini were unveiled at Apple’s September event.
However, Apple also unveiled the latest version of the Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch Series 7 was not immediately available to order, unlike the iPhone 13 models.
Thankfully, Apple has opened pre-orders for the device today, October 8, 2021, ending the wait.
That means you can order one of the new smartwatches from the Apple Store by clicking here.
For this year’s Apple Watch, Apple claims to have made several enhancements. It’s also a key component of Apple Fitness+, the company’s health-focused subscription service.
The Apple Watch Series 7 has everything you need to know about it.
When will the Apple Watch 7 be released?
Apple began taking pre-orders for the Apple Watch Series 7 today, October 8, 2021, at 1 p.m.
That means you can reserve the new watch for when it goes on sale, which won’t be for long.
On Friday, October 15, 2021, the Apple Watch Series 7 will be released.
If you haven’t already secured a pre-order, you’ll be able to pick one up in person at an Apple Store after that date.
What is the price of the Apple Watch Series 7?
The Apple Watch Series 7 comes in a variety of models, each with a different price tag.
It has two basic screen sizes, 41mm and 45mm, which increased from last year’s 40mm and 44mm.
The Series 7 starts at £369 for the aluminum casing, the same price as the Series 6 did last year.
Other case materials, like stainless steel, will raise the cost.
What are the Apple Watch Series 7’s new features?
Apple has increased the display size on the Series 7 by 40 percent over last year’s Apple Watch Series 6.
Because of the larger display, the Apple Watch can now display a QWERTY keyboard for tapping (or swiping) out messages on your wrist for the first time.
The Series 7 has the same 18-hour battery life as the Series 6, but it charges up to 33% quicker.
The Apple Watch Series 7 has an IP6X dust resistance rating and a WR50 water resistance rating to make it more challenging and durable.
Finally, despite the change in face design, Apple has kept the strap connectors the same. As a result, any strap from a previous Apple Watch will work with the Series 7.