Sunday, November 28, 2021

Apple Watch Series 7 teardown reveals minor differences in comparison to the Series 6

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Over a month after its announcement and after several shipment delays Apple Watch Series 7 is finally set for a teardown courtesy of iFixit. The leaked detailed spec sheet revealed little to no difference between the model and its predecessor and the teardown shows that this indeed is the case.

The major point of difference is that there are smaller bezels and the removed ribbon cable under the screen.

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Image Source: IFixIT

Apple also combined the touch and display signals into a unified cable which is how it managed to shrink the bezels and could be the cause of the shipment delays to Watch Series 7.

There is no diagnostic port anymore as Apple has reportedly moved to a wireless solution.

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Image Source: iFixIT

Interestingly enough the teardown discovered the Apple Series 6 watch battery fits in the casing of the Watch Series 7 and in fact works on the new model.

The Apple Watch Series 7 has earned a 6 out of 10 reparability score which matches last year’s model.

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