According to reports and some rumors, the Cupertino company could integrate a thinner S7 chip and bring a new design to the Apple Watch Series 7.

Apple Watch series 7 reportedly has a new design and a thinner S7 chip

According to information shared by DigiTimes and Macrumors in a recently released report, the Apple Watch Series 7 may feature a smaller S7 chip. According to the same source, the next version of the Apple Watch will adopt double-sided System in Package (SiP) packaging.

A new design for Apple Watch Series 7

According to Bloomberg, the next watch from the Cupertino company could feature a new design with flat edges and a new green color option. It would also have improved ultra-wideband (UWB) compatibility.

Rumors circulating on the web indicate that the future Apple Watch would integrate new health features such as body temperature detection and blood sugar monitoring. However, analysts that these options might not be ready for the next models.

In short, Apple could change the design of its connected watch. For Apple Watch Series 8, real new things are expected in 2022.

A small S7 chip on the Apple Watch 7

The DigiTimes report tells us that the Apple Watch Series 7 will be equipped with a small A7 chip. If the information is confirmed, the teams of the American company would have room to integrate a larger battery and increase the autonomy of the watch. They could even integrate new sensors.

DigiTimes says the S7 chip in System in Package (SiP) format would be produced by ASE Technology, the California-based firm's usual supplier. This technology saves space inside the chassis.

For analyst Mark Gurman, the future Apple Watch would be equipped with a slightly thicker case and a laminated screen.

As a reminder, the next Apple Watch Series 7 models should be released in September 2021. In the meantime, an Apple Watch intended for extreme sports is in the works.

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