Apple Watch 7 will launch this month, despite production problems: Report

Apple will launch the new Watch at its September 14th event, despite manufacturing problems during production.

Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at 9to5Mac, stated that Apple and its suppliers had now resolved these issues and mass production will soon begin, 9to5Mac reported.

Apple Watch Series 7 will likely feature larger 41mm and 45mm cases, smaller bezels, and a flat-edged design. This would allow for a slightly larger display area.

Apple Watch Series 7 could have a smaller “S7” chip. This may allow for more room for larger batteries or other components.

ASE Technology, a Taiwanese supplier, will build the new chipset. ASE Technology has confirmed on its website that its double-sided technology allows for module miniaturization.

According to previous reports, the Apple Watch Series 7 models are expected to be released later in the year. Mark Gurman claims that Apple has already tested thinner display bezels.

Cupertino-based tech company is also looking to introduce a new lamination method that reduces the distance between the display and cover glass. This may mean the Watch’s overall chassis will be slightly thicker.