Shipments will start in late September.
Apple overcomes the Apple Watch Series 7 production issues raised during the production of the new Apple Watch Series 7, reportedly. Now, Apple will begin the mass production of new Apple Watches in mid-September, says a report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo spotted by MacRumors. The news comes just before the Apple Event, which is scheduled for 14 September. This event will focus on the iPhone’s latest model, but it is possible that the new Apple Watch Series 7 can make an appearance.
Nikkie’s sources told that the production of the next Apple watch had begun, but engineers encountered some “critical challenges in reaching satisfactory production performance.” Nikkie further said that the production is now “Temporarily halted,” engineers and suppliers are working to solve the issue to clear the path for mass production. Read more…
The Apple Watch Series 7 will feature a new design based on flat-edged displays same as iPhone 12. This new design caused some complexities and production was halted until manufacturing issues were solved and fortunately, Apple overcame them.
The production issue of the Apple Watch 7 is mainly related to the panel side. However, it has been resolved, and mass production of panel modules will begin in mid-September.
Now, if the reports are genuinely true, the shipments will start in late September. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, however, although Apple will announce the new Watch next week, some models could ship late or in small quantities.
Next Apple Watch reportedly will be called as “Apple Watch Series 7,” and have a screen size of 45mm, a more powerful CPU, and “flatter edges and display.” Bloomberg’s reporter Mark Gurman said in his Power On newsletter on Sunday. German said that Apple Watch Series 7 won’t have any health-related feature upgrade. Nikkei said that the new Apple Watch will have “Blood pressure measurement.” Read more…