Apple has announced that its Apple Watch Series 7 will be made available to order from Friday, October 8, at 5 a.m. PDT with it arriving in stores and dispatching to customers starting on Friday, October 15. This is the first time that Apple has provided a launch date for their newest watch, stating in their unveiling a few weeks ago only that it would arrive later in the Fall.
The Apple Watch Series 7 will be available in select countries including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Korea, the UAE, the UK, the U.S., and 50 other countries. Pricing for the device starts at $399 in the United States but if this is too expensive, the firm also sells the Apple Watch SE from $279 and the Apple Watch Series 3 from $199, both of which can be purchased right now.
The Apple Watch Series 7 features a whole range of new features and changes over its predecessor. Some of the things that stood out for us during the announcement were the 20% larger screen, the reduced borders, and the brighter display compared to the Series 6. For those who want their Apple Watch the charge quickly, the Series 7 charges 33% quicker than the Series 6.
If you decide to purchase the Apple Watch Series 7, you’ll be able to choose it in five colours including midnight, starlight, green, blue, and (PRODUCT)RED. If you have some Series 6 straps that you like, they are also compatible with the Series 7. You can find out more about the product on the Apple Watch product page.