Apple Watch Series 7: Connected Watch Gets Talk About Launch Approaching

The Eurasian Economic Commission has just approved models for the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7. Apple is talking about it these days.

Rumors about Apple's next smartwatch are growing. According to the media 9to5mac, most analysts indicate that the Cupertino company could give new life to the Apple Watch Series 7. Note that the launch of the connected watch is fast approaching.

According to the statements of our colleagues at Consomac, Apple Watch Series 7 has been registered with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). This is a regulatory filing intended to have devices approved for public purchase at a later date.

Apple Watch Series 7 has been approved by the EEC

Consomac has published the list of model numbers that have received the EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission): A2473, A2474, A2475, A2476, A2477, and A2478.

The arrival of the seventh generation of Apple's connected watch is expected to occur in the fall, the date of the announcement of the next iPhone 13. Note that the American company has had some manufacturing problems, but analysts indicate that the keynote would take place in September, as planned.

According to rumors published on the web, the next Apple Watch will be equipped with a new S7 chip, a thinner dial, and an improved display. It would also integrate new health-related sensors.

Separately, some analysts say the Apple Watch Series 7 will be available in a new color green, with a slightly larger battery and a faster processor under the hood.

For analyst Ming-Chio Kuo, the Apple Watch Series 7 would be entitled to an overhaul. For his part, Jon Prosser said the smartwatch would feature a flat-rim design similar to that of the iPhone 12, iPad Pro, and iPad Air.

What do you think of the rumors? Are you waiting for the next smartwatch from Apple? Please feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments!

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