“Later this fall” may be closer than we imagine”
When Apple introduced its Apple Watch Series 7 in the California Streaming event, it was lacking something the other models did not have one thing they didn’t have: a shipping date. A new rumor coming from Jon Prosser suggests it might be getting one in the near future.
Although Apple only announced that it would be shipping new Apple Watch Series 7 models will begin being shipped “later this fall,” Prosser states that they will start shipping “mid-October,” with preorder starting “as early as next week.” According to a report published on the Front Page Tech site, Prosser states that all versions that are available for Apple Watch will be available for preorder this week, including more expensive titanium and stainless steel models.
The Apple Watch Series 7 is an upgrade that is small, but significant from previous models, the Series 6. The primary difference is the larger screen that can be found in sizes of 41mm and 45mm in comparison to the previous sizes of forty-millimeter and 44 millimeters. The display also supports rapid charging thanks to a new USB-C charge cable, and the stronger and more scratch-resistant, and durable crystal coating on the screen.
Apple Watch Series 7
Apple hasn’t provided a rationale to explain the Apple Watch delivery delays, however, it’s likely caused by supply limitations. There was speculation prior to the day of Apple’s California Streaming event that the Apple Watch would be limited because of manufacturing problems. Apple chose to prioritize the latest iPhones and tablets over its Apple Watch in the event of those devices arriving on September 24.
They were however delayed by a few hours and delays, which led to iPhone 13 arriving in mid-October, with iPhone 13 shipping in the middle of October, and many iPhone 13 Pro and iPad Air models are delayed until November.
The Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399 and is available in several colors including midnight, green, and starlight, in addition to The product (RED) along with blue versions from the previous year.