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Apple has officially announced the latest watchOS 7 that comes with a range of exciting new features. You can already download the developer beta, which will be followed by a public beta version sometime next month. So let’s check out some of the top watchOS 7 features that you need to know about.

watchos 7 Supported Devices

watchOS 7 requires iPhone 6s or later with iOS 14 and one of the following Apple Watch models:

Apple Watch Series 6

Apple Watch SE

Apple Watch Series 5

Apple Watch Series 4

Apple Watch Series 3

Unfortunately, Apple Watch Series 0, 1, and 2 will be left behind as the hardware can’t keep up with the latest software’s enhanced features, as explained below.

watchos 7 Features

Customized Watch Faces and Sharing

One of the most notable features of watchOS 7 is the enhanced personalization through multiple complications. You can configure your watch face to show you the information you value most.

For instance, new parents can use the Glow Baby app to track their child’s feeding, nap times, and more, all from the face of their watch. That is, a single app can show multiple pieces of information.

Similarly, anyone can customize their Apple Watch face to suit their lifestyle and display info from their most-used apps. Further, with Face Share, your personalized watch Face can also be shared with others through Mail, Message, or links on websites and social media. Further, you can also download custom watch faces from the App Store.

Lastly, watchOS 7 will bring us some awesome new Watch Faces such as:

Chronograph Pro that has an integrated tachymeter to calculate the speed of travel

Photos face that offers color filters, and

X-Large face that allows you to add a rich complication

Fitness App

The popular Activity app has been reimagined and renamed as Fitness in watchOS 7. It offers plenty of new features, but the most significant is support for tracking Dance workouts. This includes a range of forms such as  Hip Hop, Latin, and Bollywood.

watchOS 7 uses the accelerometer and gyroscope to detect both arm and leg movements and combine them with heart rate data to calculate accurate calories burned.

Further, the Fitness app also brings a range of new workouts for core training and functional strength training.

Sleep Monitoring & Wind Down Mode

watchOS 7 finally presents the much-awaited sleep tracking feature. This will sense micro-movements to assess breathing and track sleep quality and sleep trends. This will help you gain a holistic picture of your nightly rest.

It also incorporates an innovative and customizable wind-down mode that limits distractions closer to bedtime. So you can opt to snooze notifications, open meditation apps, or listen to a soothing music playlist.

Further, you’ll be able to set gentle audio alarms or even more discreet haptic feedback, which subtly buzzes you awake without making a sound or disturbing anyone else in the room.

watchOS 7 brings several enhancements to your favourite personal assistant, Siri.  For instance, the new on-device dictation feature will improve search results as well as voice-to-text messaging

You can use the intelligent new translation features to seamlessly communicate in other languages. To start with, this will support eleven popular languages.

Family Setup

watchOS 7 makes it possible for your family members to enjoy using an Apple Watch without needing an iPhone of their own. You can set up a watch for a child or an older member of your family through your phone to enable them to benefit from a range of communication, health, and safety features.

For instance, they can stay connected with you through calls, messages, and location sharing. They can also use the Calendar and Reminders on their watch to follow their schedule and know about upcoming family events. Similarly, they can keep fit with personalized goals on the Activity app and set up Emergency SOS to stay safe when out and about.

Moreover, helpful third-party apps can be downloaded from the Apple Watch App Store for learning, mindfulness, etc. All in all, Family Sharing offers lots of customizations for both children and older adults to help enhance their day-to-day experience with the Apple Watch.

Cycling in Maps

Maps on watchOS 7 will have better cycling directions, initially for New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area, Shanghai, and Beijing. It will provide you details like time and distance traveled as well as info about bike lanes, stairs, traffic, and the kind of terrain you are approaching.

These intelligent insights will help you plan your route and navigate better on your bike to get around with ease. This focus on cycling is especially significant in current times due to the need to avoid public transport for health concerns.

Handwashing Detection

Another watchOS 7 feature that caters to the need of the hour is automatic handwashing detection. The sensors on your Apple Watch will be able to know when you are washing your hands and provide a countdown to help you stick to the 20-second guideline. If you stop earlier, it’ll prompt you to keep going.

Hearing Health

We all love music-on-the-go, but it’s recommended to limit exposure to sounds above 80 decibels to a maximum of 40 hours a week. watchOS 7 will let you know when you’ve reached this level each week and provide options to protect your hearing.

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The 7 Features The ‘Iphone Killers’ Missed

Every week, it seems, the press labels some new phone the latest “iPhone Killer.”

This week, of course, the first-ever true “iPhone Killer” — the new iPhone — was announced. The “3Gesus Phone” adds me-too, “catch-up” features that competitive phones have offered for quite a while, such as 3G and GPS.

The “iPhone Killers,” including the Garmin’s Nuviphone; Samsung’s Instinct and Omnia; HTC’s Touch Diamond; BlackBerry Thunder; and others, have software, rather than hardware buttons for dialing the phone and typing messages. They also tend to have other iPhone-like features, such as accelerometers for automatically reorienting the display for landscape or portrait modes.

These relatively significant departures from the design of traditional cell phones seem to cause an involuntary use of the “iPhone Killer” moniker, even though nobody — not the writer, not the editors, not the readers and not even the companies making these phones — believe for a second they’re going to “kill” the iPhone. They’re simply copying iPhone features in order to steal a little of Apple’s handset market share and fill out their respective lines of cell phones.

That’s why it’s interesting to note that some of the iPhone’s best and most unique features aren’t even all that hard to copy. But copying them requires not engineering prowess, but vision, and the corporate discipline to see that vision all the way through to the finished product without compromising.

Here’s a list of the 7 easy-to-copy features that most iPhone killers missed:

1. Huge letters and numbers

Type in a phone number, and it’s displayed with very large characters. The numbers on the calculator cover something like ten percent of the screen. Throughout the iPhone user interface, Apple has clearly gone out of its way to maximize type size.

2. Empty, unused space on the screen

Space is obviously limited on any cell phone screen. So most “iPhone Killer” makers cope by cramming information into every available piece of real-estate. But Apple builds in empty white space between the core information.

3. Transitions between functions

Moving from one thing to the next on the iPhone usually involves transitions. Menus don’t just appear, they slide from the bottom or the top of the screen. Navigating from one screen to the next involves sliding from left to right (or visa versa). Functions or buttons balloon out from the center of the screen.

4. Do-it-yourself setup at home

Buying a conventional phone at a carrier’s store in the mall or wherever can be stressful. You have to wait for the store employee to configure and activate your phone, in most cases. The iPhone involves just buying and walking out of the store with your shrink-wrapped phone. You set it up at home over the Internet.

5. A single cable for USB and wall power

Most phones come with a wall charger, and may also come with a separate USB cable for synchronization and charging. The iPhone has a single USB cable, which you plug into the wall adaptor, which has the wall plugs on one side and a USB port on the other. This simple innovation eliminates 50% of the cables that normally come with a phone.

6. Carrier bypass for music

Music on cell phones has long been hampered by carriers who force users to navigate Byzantine Web sites to find — then be gouged for — music, ringtones and software. Apple will still gouge you for ringtones, but at least you don’t have to buy your music from AT&T.

7. A lack of choice between models

The tiny number of people who are truly knowledgably and enthusiastic about cell phones may delight in the vast choice available in handsets. But ordinary consumers feel overwhelmed by the number of models available. Cell phone companies roll out each of their “iPhone Killers” as just one more of a gazillion handsets they make. Apple sells only one phone (with two storage capacity options).

What do all these easy-to-copy features have in common? They all eliminate little things that irritate us about conventional phones — small type, cluttered screens, too many cables, getting gouged by carriers and agonizing about which model to buy.

While competitors look to the iPhone to figure out how to get rich in the iPhone Killer market, Apple looks within human psychology. Clearly, the designers have looked hard at what irritates everybody about cell phones, and have tried to create a phone that frees users from these petty annoyances.

Until a competitor can do this better than Apple, the “iPhone Killers” simply won’t.

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A Comprehensive List Of Ios 7 Features

Since it was unveiled on June 10, 2013, iOS 7 has seen six beta and one final GM releases before it was made available to the general public today. If the overall look and feel of iOS 7 hasn’t changed much since Apple first demo’d it on stage during WWDC, the mobile operating system has been constantly improved on with the usual “bug fixes and stability enhancements,” but most importantly with new features.

These new iOS 7 features are sometimes obvious, but often very subtle. Over the course of the last three months, we’ve made it our mission to build a list of features that are new to iOS 7. It is not an exhaustive list, but this is probably as comprehensive as it gets. If you want to know all iOS 7 can do for you, you’ve come to the right place…

Note that we didn’t necessarily focus on the design aspect of things in iOS 7, but rather on features. This means that we didn’t list every new design element.

App Store

A closer look at the App Store app in iOS 7

Add apps to a Wish List

You can search your previously purchased apps by name

Tap the screenshot preview of an app to get a full screen screenshots of it

You can see popular apps “Near Me”

You are now asked if you want to download an app if it is over 59MB

New icon animations when downloading an app

You can now use apps while they’re updating

Camera Clock

The app icon now shows the current time

When setting a timer, remaining time appears on Lock screen

When alarm is snoozed, remaining snooze time appears on Lock screen

In World Clock, tap on a clock to display digital clocks


The app has a new calibration system

The app now features a level as well


When editing a contact, you can now add date, social profile, or instant message handle

A contact now shows icons for Messages, Phone, FaceTime, FaceTime audio or email

Control Center

iOS 7 introduces Control Center

Control Center works in landscape mode


FaceTime now has its own icon

You can block callers

You can make FaceTime audio calls (without video)

Lock screen

A brand new Lock screen

You can pull down to bring Notification Center

You can swipe up to bring Control Center

Charging icon is now showing up for a few seconds when first plugged in

You can Slide to Unlock from everywhere on the Lock screen

Lock screen fades in as you hit the Home or Power buttons

Lock screen fades out after 10 seconds of inactivity


Smart “send from” feature

You can “Mark All” emails as Read, Unread, or Flag

New smart mailboxes

Improved Mail search


Maps app has a night view

Turn-by-turn walking directions

Night mode

Pin in Maps app now shows estimated driving time to location


A closer look at Messages in iOS 7

See Messages timestamps by swiping left

Messages app now opens to conversation list instead of opening to unread message

Double tap and hold a message to copy, delete, clear all, or select to forward

“Contact” button at the top of a conversation now makes it easy to access additional contact info

Long MMS support

You can block senders


Multitasking works in landscape mode


Complete app redesign

iTunes Radio

Landscape mode now shows a tile view of your albums (no more cover flow)

Better Lock screen controls

You can skip up to 6 songs on iTunes Radio before hearing an ad

Tap on album cover in Music app to rate a song

Notification Center

A new Notification Center

Context-based alerts

Notification Center works in landscape mode

NC now has 3 tabs: Today, All, and Missed

You can now swipe between Today – All – Missed views in Notification Center

Notification sync


You can share passes via email or Messages

Scan to acquire Passbook passes


The Map view is gone

Screenshots aren’t pushed to Photo Stream anymore

Photo collections

You can now see Shared Streams activity

A new tab for Videos has been added


You can block callers

Photos are showed for your Favorites

On the keypad, pressing “Call” will call the last dialed number


Search bar in Reminders

A new card-like view


An all new mobile Safari

Full-screen interface

Unified smart search field

New layout for your Favorites

New tab view

Swipe tabs to the left to close them

Parental controls

Swipe left and right to navigate back and forward

Easy access to Private Browsing mode

Saved Passwords for Safari now ask you want to setup an on-device password


In Cellular, you can see cellular data used per app

 Siri Other What’s new in each beta release?

10+ Best Apple Vision Pro Features We Loved

1. 3D Layered Responsive Design

This is made possible through a sophisticated LiDAR sensor that, along with front cameras, performs 3D mapping of your environment. This intricate level of 3D layering translates to a truly immersive experience where the user forgets the distinction between their world and the layered one. This responsive design is also fully user scaleable, and as such, can be easily carried over to general work, entertainment, and even gaming use.

Apple Vision Pro’s incredible immersive-ness through its sensors is quite unlike anything the MR market has ever seen. Provided the real-life hands-on live-up to the incredible demos, the all-new 3D design will be one of Apple Vision Pro’s best features.

2. Groundbreaking visionOS

This includes many features like the three-dimensional interface, redesigned app store, and immersive environments. To tell you all about it, we have compiled a dedicated guide that’s linked above.

3. Displays Better than 4K TVs

As a Meta Quest 2 user, I’ve always had reservations about its relatively low-resolution display that causes eye strain and blooming around the edges. While the Vision Pro did fix that to an extent, it’s not fully there. However, the displays inside were one of the Apple Vision Pro’s best features.

4. Environments Support

The intensity of the environment can be adjusted through the crown and either made minimum or entirely like a virtual world. The best part is that the foreground process doesn’t stop, no matter what you do. So, whether you are on an airplane watching a movie or busy in a meeting, you can swish the crown and watch the world behind you melt away.

5. Apple Eyesight 6. Spatial Audio

These audio pods use Apple’s spatial sound technology that virtually enhances the soundscape. This makes virtual surround possible and convinces users that the sound is coming from around them. However, it is worth noting that these audio pods are not in-ear and might not be the cup of tea for the audiophiles out there. Nonetheless, we expect these pods to be one of Apple Vision Pro’s best features.

7. Capture Spatial Photos

Even though the Apple Vision Pro has spatial audio, surround sound isn’t really anything new. However, hearing the words spatial photos surely drum up curiosity. This is one of the features that precisely sounds like one of the best ones of the Apple Vision Pro. Put simply, the Vision Pro uses its array of front-depth sensors to capture 3D like photos and videos.

8. Dedicated Chip for Low Latency

9. Needs No Extra Equipment 10. Lifelike Realistic Digital Avatar

Even though Facebook has brought about digital avatars in Instagram and WhatsApp that mimic your facial expressions, they don’t hold a candle to what the Vision Pro showcased recently.

Apple claims that the neural network behind the process has been trained on “thousands of individuals.” From the showcased demo, the rendered avatar looks remarkably alike and dynamically matches the person’s facial and hand movements effortlessly. To match the expressions in real-time, the Apple Vision Pro also combines internal IR cameras and downward ones to make it possible. As a result, the created avatar has an extreme amount of depth and, in a way, reminds us of Project Starline from Google.

11. Unlock Vision Pro with Iris Scanner

Apple Watch Se Vs 7: Differences Between The Affordable And Flagship Wearables

The two most recent Apple Watches in the current lineup share a lot of features in common but there are at least eight differences that account for the more expensive Apple Watch Series 7 price. Whether you’re looking for yourself or someone else, read on for Apple Watch SE vs 7 to help you figure out which one to pick.

Below we’ll focus specifically on Apple Watch SE vs 7 but in case you want to see a detailed comparison for Series 7, 6, and SE through Series 3, we’ve got that covered too:

While Apple Watch Series 8 is in the works, it likely won’t arrive until late 2023 alongside the iPhone 14.

Apple Watch SE vs 7 Case and display

Two of the first differences between Apple Watch SE and 7 you’ll notice is that Series 7 has a slightly larger case at 45 and 41mm paired with a noticeably larger display.

The Series 7 display is 17% bigger than the SE and over 50% larger than the Series 3 display.

SESeries 7Case size44/40mm45/41mmDisplay resolution368 x 448 (977 sq mm total)396 x 484 (1143 sq mm total)Display sizeOver 30% larger than Series 3Over 50% larger than Series 3 (17% bigger than SE/Series 6)Display typeRetina LTPO OLEDRetina LTPO OLEDBezel width3 mm1.7 mmBrightnessUp to 1000 nitsUp to 1000 nitsAlways-on display❌✅

Another difference, Apple Watch SE doesn’t have an always-on display while the Series 7 does (first arrived with Series 5).

All Apple Watch bands fit both the Apple Watch SE and Series 7.

Processor and storage

Interestingly, Apple uses the same 64-bit dual-core processor in the Series 7 that launched in the Series 6. It’s called the “S7” but the processor is the same as the S6.

That means Apple Watch SE only has a processor one year older than Series 7. While the SE will be plenty fast and responsive for most users, Apple says the Series 7 is “up to 20% faster” with the newest processor.

Both the Apple Watch SE and 7 feature 32GB of built-in storage.

SESeries 7SiP/ProcessorS5 SiP 64-bit dual-core processorS7 SiP 64-bit dual-core processorU1 (ultra wideband)❌✅Storage32GB32GB

Battery and charging

Battery life is rated the same for Apple Watch SE and 7 at 18 hours.

However, one small detail is that Apple Watch 7 has up to 33% faster charging. Practically speaking, that’s powering up 0-80% in 45 minutes instead of around 60 for the other models.

When using Apple Watch Series 7 for sleep tracking, you also get 8 hours worth of use from an 8-minute charge.

SESeries 7Battery lifeUp to 18 hoursUp to 18 hoursCharging0-80% in ~60 minutes0-80% in 45 minutes + 8 min charge = 8 hours sleep tracking

Key features

Here’s a look at the core features you’re getting with Apple Watch SE vs 7. The two main capabilities you’re not getting are the ECG and Blood Oxygen apps.

SESeries 7ECG app❌✅Blood Oxygen app❌✅High/low heart rate notifications✅✅Water resistant to 50m✅✅Sleep tracking✅✅Fall detection✅✅Emergency SOS✅✅Compass✅✅Always-on altimeter✅✅GPS and Cellular + GPS models✅✅Family Setup support (for cellular)✅✅


Apple Watch SE is only available in aluminum space gray, silver, and gold finishes. Apple Watch Series 7 comes in those plus stainless steel (graphite, silver, gold) and titanium (space black and silver).

That also means Apple Watch SE only comes with Ion-X glass for the display but for Series 7 with stainless steel or titanium models, you get sapphire crystal displays that are somewhat more scratch resistant.

Apple Watch SE vs 7 price

Apple Watch Series 7 comes with a starting price of $399 (often goes for less). Meanwhile, Apple Watch SE starts from $279 but is usually available for less.

Apple Watch SE vs 7 conclusion

Apple Watch SE offers most of the great features of Apple Watch Series 7 at around $120 less.

If you’re okay without the larger always-on display plus the ECG and Blood Pressure apps, and fine sticking with an aluminum finish, Apple Watch SE is probably the best choice.

However, if you want the biggest screen, all of the health features, faster charging, plus options for steel or titanium finishes, you’ll need to go for the Series 7.

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Apple Watch Series 7 May Come In Larger 41Mm And 45Mm Sizes

In the near future, Apple is more than likely going to host an early September media event to show off a range of new devices. While most of the attention will obviously be put on the new iPhone lineup, that’s not all we’re going to see if the rumors pan out. For instance, we’re probably going to get a new Apple Watch –the oft-rumored Apple Watch Series 7— and Apple may welcome brand new sizes to the lineup.

That’s according to a new rumor propped up by a user on the Chinese social media platform Weibo that goes by the name UnclePan. This account has shared some accurate information in the past, as noted today by MacRumors, so we shouldn’t discount this latest rumor by default. That being said, nothing is official quite yet. And even if Apple has plans to change the Apple Watch’s case size at some point in the future, plans could change. That means this latest rumor might not pan out, either — at least not this year.

That being said! According to UnclePan’s post, Apple is going to change things up this year a little bit more than just a new case design. The poster says Apple is going to adopt two larger sizes this year, bumping things up from 40mm to 41mm and from 44mm to 45mm. So, not a huge change by any means, and some people might not even notice at all. However, with so many rumors swirling around that Apple is going to change the design of the Apple Watch this year, the change in size certainly seems possible.

The size options for the Apple Watch haven’t changed significantly over the years. For several years, Apple offered the smartwatch in either 38mm or 42mm sizes. With the Apple Watch Series 4, which welcomed a larger screen size, the company welcomed 41mm and 44mm case sizes. So we’ve seen bigger changes in the past, but this year’s is probably noteworthy insofar that it will come along with a more significant case redesign.

The question remains: will existing Apple Watch bands work with the new case sizes? Apple has done a pretty admirable job making sure the old watch straps work with the newer case sizes, so one has to hope that remains the case this year, too.

As for the new Apple Watch Series 7, the new smartwatch is expected to welcome a new case design compared to the previous models. That starts with the sides, which are expected to be flatter than the current model. (Think in line with the current iPhone 12 series as a reference point.) From there, the new smartwatch is said to have smaller bezels, too. Apple will also reportedly adopt a new green color into the lineup as well. We recently saw CAD-based renders of what the new Apple Watch may look like, and it’s certainly an eye-catching design. It will be fun to see how it looks on stage, and then, ultimately, in the real world. The new smartwatch is expected to welcome a slightly larger battery, too.

Are you planning to upgrade to the Apple Watch Series 7?

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