No matter how credible or numerous the sources, the leaked information remains unofficial and cannot be confirmed until the product is officially announced.Nowhere is this more true than with the Apple Watch Series 7, which turns out not to be what almost every rumor and leak would suggest. It looks like any other Apple Watch in the past, except for the larger screen. However, this redesign of flat screens could still happen in the near future, perhaps even next year.
In the months leading up to its somewhat disappointing debut, rumors about the Apple Watch Series 7 pointed out that the smartwatch hadn't seen major design changes in years. From Guo Ming ð«¹ to Mark & Midd Gurman, to Jon & Middot; Prosser,Almost all of our old acquaintances agreed that the design would adopt the current graphic design of the iPhone and iPad, which would be a refreshing change, even if it wouldn't have any impact on the functionality of wearables.
Of course, that didn't happen, which actually led to some thinking about what went wrong. Some have even speculated that Apple is behind all this, taking the ultimate revenge on leakers and whistleblowers. Of course, that sounds almost too tricky, and it's more likely that Apple settled on a different design before making a final decision.
Bloomberg's Mark & Middot; Gurman seems to have renewed hope that a redesign of the Apple Watch is still under consideration. That could happen in 2022, when Apple is expected to introduce not one, not two, but three new Apple Watches. In addition to the flat edges, next year's Apple Watch is expected to include a rugged model, though it's unclear what it will look like or compare to. Ordinary & quot; What are the advantages of model number?