Apple has presented this Tuesday the new generation of its Apple Watch Series 7 smartwatch, with a larger screen, automatic learning and a battery with autonomy of up to 18 hours.
Apple Watch Series 7 features a Retina display 20 percent larger than the Series 6, reducing the edges to 1.7mm, and is now 40 percent thinner. The shape has also been refined, with rounded corners.
This change in design is reflected in the interface, with new buttons with 50 percent more capacity for text. It incorporates a QWERTY keyboard and automatic learning for writing messages, which offers predictions to the user.
This equipment is more resistant; It is IP6X certified for its dust resistance, WR50 water resistance and shock resistant protective glass.
It maintains health tools such as the electrical heart rate sensor and the ECG app, in addition to the Blood Oxygen sensor and app. With watchOS 8 come the Mindfulness app, the recording of the respiratory rate during sleep and the tai chi and Pilates workouts, new access features with Apple Wallet and the addition of new features to the Home app, as well as improvements in Messages and the Photos app.
Apple Watch Series 7 offers up to 18-hour battery life, and with its new charging architecture and magnetic fast-charge USB-C cable, it speeds up the process 33 percent over Apple Watch Series 6.
For physical activity, the new generation of Apple Watch focuses on cycling performance. It uses algorithms to analyze data from GPS, heart rate, accelerometer and gyroscope, to detect when you start riding a bike and, if you have not already done so, suggest starting an Outdoor Cycling workout.
As with all Training reminders, riders will see the measurements from when they start training. In addition, bike workouts have automatic pause and resume functions so that measurements more accurately reflect the time spent moving and stopped, such as waiting at a traffic light.
Apple Watch more accurately measures active calories when riding an electric bike, with an updated bike training algorithm that evaluates GPS and heart rate data to determine when they are pedaling unaided and when they are using the motor.
Apple Watch Series 7 debuts five aluminum finishes, plus a range of new strap colors and styles. All Apple Watch Series 7 models will be available this fall, starting at $ 199.