In recent times we have seen great difficulty in acquiring certain products, particularly when there are processors involved, which is basically all technology. And this situation affects all areas, as we can still see with Playstation 5 and Xbox, or even computers.
To help, the Apple Watch Series 7 is reportedly facing production issues, but Apple still plans to announce the new smartwatch alongside the iPhone 13 at its usual September event, but the device will be available in limited quantities at launch, according to with Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman.
In the latest issue of his Power On newsletter, Gurman outlines three potential outcomes of Apple’s production headaches: The company delays announcing the Apple Watch until production issues are resolved, proceeds with the announcement and makes the Series 7 available in limited quantities, or Apple advertises the watch but does not make it available until a later date.
According to Gurman, Apple will announce the Apple Watch Series 7 along with the iPhone this month, but some models will ship later than usual or in limited quantities as there is information that the new screen is causing problems. during production.
However, it is very likely that Apple still presents its smartwatches, however some models will be made available later or in very small quantities.
The Apple Watch Series 7 will feature a much more dramatic design change that will make it clearly distinguishable from previous Apple Watch models. It will come in new size options of 41mm and 45mm, up from 40 and 44mm, and features updated screen technology and a flat design similar to the iPhone 12. New health sensor features are not expected, but the new model will likely have a faster processor and possibly an improved battery life.
Based on the dates of previous events, the most likely date for the iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 event is likely to be launched later this month so in the next few days we should have fresh information to share.