A few weeks ago we learned that the production of the Apple Watch Series 7 was experiencing difficulties. Some difficulties could have delayed the launch of the long-awaited and rumored watch, but which, it seems, will allow a launch this same month of September.
In a note to investors, Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple has been able to resolve the difficulties in the production of the Apple Watch Series 7 and that mass production will begin in the middle of this month of September. This will allow the deadline to be met and the new watch will arrive at the end of the month.
Difficulties in production, which were initially thought to have to do with changing the shape of the body of the watch itself, now appear to be related to the front panel. A component that now begins manufacturing and that will allow us to see the new Apple Watch soon.
According to the analyst, this new Apple Watch exhibits a “spectacular” change in design and will enjoy, among other changes, a much more resistant screen that also includes a totally different circuitry. Changes in the internal structure and connection appear to have been the source of the delays.
The good news is that Apple has managed to solve the reliability problems through several tests that have allowed the engineers to adjust the production so that the panel performs at its maximum potential. With the adjustments made, Kuo hopes that shipments can start at the end of September.
Although we do not have an official launch date, the launch calendar for other years allows us to deduce that, if the presentation event takes place on the 14th, reservations must be opened on the 17th and the first units of the Apple Watch Series 7 arrive in stores on time and clients on September 24th.
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