In addition to the iPhone 13 Series and iPad Mini, Apple unveiled the Apple Watch Series 7 today, which features a redesigned Always-On Retina display with a larger screen area and thinner bezels.

The Apple Watch Series 7 also has a user interface that is tailored for the larger display, allowing for better reading and simplicity of use, as well as two new watch faces — Contour and Modular Duo — that were created exclusively for the device.

Users benefit from the same all-day 18-hour battery life with the display enhancements, as well as 33% quicker charging. With a tougher, more crack-resistant front crystal, Apple Watch Series 7 is the most durable Apple Watch ever. It’s the first Apple Watch to have an IP6X dust-resistance certification, as well as a WR50 water-resistance rating.

The new Apple Watch also comes with health and wellness tools such as an electrical heart sensor and ECG app, and a Blood Oxygen sensor and app.

New exercise styles, the new Mindfulness app, novel accessibility features, better access with Apple Wallet, and additional capabilities with the Home app, as well as updates to Messages and the Photos app, help users stay healthy, active, and connected with watchOS 8.

Apple Watch Series 7 features a variety of new band colours and designs, as well as five new aluminium case finishes.

When is the Apple Watch Series 7 coming?

All Apple Watch Series 7 models, as well as the Apple Watch SE, will be available with a USB-C charging cable later this autumn.

Apple Watch Nike bands and new Apple Watch bands will be available for purchase on the Apple website and the Apple Store app starting today. Later this autumn, Apple Watch Hermès Series 7 and new Apple Watch Hermès bands will be available.

On Tuesday, September 21, watchOS 8 will be available for Apple Watch Series 3 and later, and will require an iPhone 6s or later running iOS 15 or later. All functions aren’t accessible on every device or in every area.