Apple’s Series 7 Watch launched on Oct. 15, a little over a year after the Series 6 release.
Looking at the new Apple Watch 7 versus Apple Watch Series 6 points out some major upgrades — like durability and faster charging — in the tech giant's latest model.
Apple Watch Series 7 has the largest display yet.
With 40% thinner black borders on Series 7 (right) versus Series 6 (left), the 7 has 20% more screen area than the 6.
Series 7 comes in 41- and 45- millimeter cases versus Series 6’s 40- and 44-millimeter options.
Watch Series 7’s redesigned, stronger front crystal is 50% thicker than Series 6, and a new flat base creates a more crack-resistant shape.
Series 7 is the first Watch certified as IP6X dust-resistant to withstand dusty environments like hiking trails and beaches.
A new charging set-up on Series 7 combined with a new Magnetic Fast Charge USB-C cable means 33% faster charging than Series 6.
To get to 80% charged, Series 7 requires 45 minutes of charging whereas Series 6 needs one hour. Both have up to 18-hour battery life.
Apple Watch Series 7 has five new aluminum colors — including the first green offering — not in Series 6: midnight, starlight, green, a new blue, and (PRODUCT)RED.
Series 7 also comes in stainless steel (silver, graphite, and gold) and titanium (natural and space black).