Apple Watch Series 7 Images Show How Big the Screen Actually is Compared to Series 6

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The Apple Watch Series 7 was introduced last month and it is yet to reach the hands of customers. While the reviews of the wearable are out, you would not have the actual idea of how big the display is on the Apple Watch Series 6 when compared against the Series 6. Luckily, a user received his Apple Watch Series 7 early who shared images of how big the screen really is. Scroll down to see more details on the subject.

New Apple Watch Series 7 Image Shows How Big the Screen Size Really is Compared to the Series 6

According to Apple, the Series 7 features a 20 percent bigger screen than the Apple Watch Series 6. Apple managed to make the screen bigger by reducing the size of the bezels. This made the screen bigger and curve to the sides or edges. While Apple has shared a side-by-side comparison on its website, it does not take into account how it would look in the real world. A new image has been shared on Twitter that aims to show how big the screen really is.

Apple Watch Series 7 Requires New 5W or Higher USB-C PD Adapter for Fast Charging

As can be seen in the image, the screen size of the Apple Watch is noticeably bigger on the Series 7 compared to the Series 6. The case size is also bigger on the new model but the change is negligible. Apple has molded watchOS for the bigger display of the new model which now comes with bigger buttons and a full-sized qwerty keyboard.

Apple Watch Series 7 Screen

The Apple Watch Series 7 is a very capable device and now features faster-charging speeds and enhanced durability. We will share more details on the wearable as soon as we have further information.

This is all for now, folks. Are you looking to buy the new Apple Watch based on the bigger screen size? Let us know in the comments.

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