Apple Watch Series 7
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The larger screen improves the entire experience, making the Apple Watch easier to use and read. Series 7 represents our biggest and brightest idea yet.
Seamless and continuous edge design
The subtle wrap effect is created by light refracted at the edge of the screen for seamless integration with the case.
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Easy on the eyes. Easy on the fingers
Across the system, the buttons have been redesigned to take advantage of the larger screen. So using apps like calculator and timer is easier than ever.
Apple Watch First - The new QWERTY keyboard lets you tap or swipe from one letter to another using QuickPath. It uses machine learning to predict the word you type.
Use Scribble to type characters on your screen and write a text message or email. The larger screen makes it faster and easier for all kinds of fingers.
Breaking news: Series 7 is the most durable Apple Watch ever made
Our strongest frontal crystal ever
IP6X 1 . Certification
Water Resistant With Water Resistant WR50
More strict around the clock
50% thicker front crystal. The front crystal is twice as thick at its highest point as the Apple Watch Series 6, adding strength and durability.
The future of health on fullscreen
Measure your blood oxygen level with a revolutionary sensor and app. Take an EKG anytime, anywhere. Check your heart rate. Combined with other innovations like wakefulness and sleep tracking to keep you healthy from head to toe. Series 7 puts more health insights on the horizon.
Measure the level of oxygen in the blood. It's an amazing innovation. The level of oxygen in your blood is a key indicator of your overall health. It can help you understand how well your body is absorbing oxygen and how much oxygen is being delivered to your body. The Apple Watch Series 7's great sensor and app let you take on-demand blood oxygen readings as well as day and night background readings.
Take an EKG at any time. Using the ECG app, the Apple Watch Series 7 is able to generate an EKG similar to a single-lead ECG. It's a critical achievement for a wearable device that can provide important data to doctors and peace of mind to you.
Your finger can tell you a lot about your heart. The electrodes built into the Digital Crown and the back crystal work in conjunction with an ECG app to read the electrical signals of your heart. Simply touch the Digital Crown to create an ECG waveform in just 30 seconds. An ECG application can indicate whether your heart's rhythm is showing signs of atrial fibrillation -- a dangerous form of arrhythmia -- or sinus rhythm, which means your heart is beating in a normal pattern.