Last Minute Mock-Ups Of Apple Watch 7 Display Faces – Bloomberg
Bloomberg earlier reported new leaks about the next Apple Watch 7 series, indicating the size of the watch display. We are left with no expectations in upcoming Apple event for next generation Apple Watch. We mentioned this before that this time, Apple watch 7 will have a flat design equal to iPhone 12 asthetics. Today, we grabbed new watch faces that are surfacing the internet with larger display and more storages.
Apple Watch 7 Display
Firstly, Bloomberg mentioned that the Apple Watch 7 display will be appear in two new sizes with larger display. This year’s watches are preferably be available in 41mm and 45mm sizes, each enhanced by a millimeter in comparision to last year’s Series 6, with flat corners, I fully believe these watches to ehance the look and will look big on the wrist.
Apple Watch 7 Display will be Bigger
We are already acquainted that the size on the 45mm Apple Watch 7 will be 396 x 484 pixels and diagonally it will be 1.9″. We can assume that the new Apple Watch 7 bezels will be slightly thinner than ever as we are living in a world where everyone loves smaller objects. So, we will glimpse at new display size and the flat edges in upcoming stages. You’ll likely not notice as much of this if you are wearing a watch case with the Series 7 watches.
These same thoughts are applicable to the smaller 41mm Apple Watch as well. The display and watch cases will both look larger on the new unites. Although the Bloomberg report doesn’t indicate the exact screen size of the 41mm model and resolution of the unit.
“With larger displays also arrives new watch faces” Like Apple did when they enhanced the display lenth with the Series 4, there will also be new faces for the Apple Watch 7 series. The new faces surprisingly consists of: Modular Max, Continuum and Atlas. The report also talks about new Nike+ faces that can change with moves and Hermès faces too that can change throughout the day without touching it.
Watch faces – Modular Max is module to set two large complication slots, one more than is currently seen on the Infograph Modular face. This will allow users to get two rich and deep complications at once. At the top there will be a space for a little complication next to the digital clock.
Back during WWDC, the “Atlas” face was uncovered from a developer stage about working with UIKit. At the time the look was known as “World Timer,” which is also reported in the report. You can take a look at what that new look would look like on the bigger 45mm sizes on the Series 7. Unfortunately the resolution isn’t too noticeable, but you can still find what the face is going to look like.