The lucky customer will receive the Apple Watch Series 7 one day before the official launch | MCUTimes

The lucky customer will receive the Apple Watch Series 7 one day before the official launch

Over the weekend, some Apple Watch Series 7 customers were already notified that the product was “Preparing for Shipment”. On Monday, Apple began shipping them, and now some of those orders are arriving at customers’ houses before the official launch tomorrow.

This time, Italian journalist Domenico Panacea shared on his Twitter the new 41mm Apple Watch Series 7 Nike edition that his friend could get his watch a day before the official launch.

As it is a Nike edition, this Apple Watch Series 7 has an exclusive dial that blends really well with the larger display on the watch.

According to Domenico, this watch was ordered through a local store in Italy, so it was shipped a little early. The same thing is happening this year in the US with the M1 iPad Pro. Although customers were able to take a first look at the watch thanks to the reviews of journalists and YouTubers, this is one of the first Nike Edition Apple Watch Series 7 seen in the wild. Not only that, it’s the new Starlight color, while most journalists got Green or (PRODUCT) RED.

The lucky customer will receive the Apple Watch Series 7 one day before the official launch

The new Apple Watch Series 7 comes in 41 mm and 45 mm boxes. Apple also said it improved charging speeds, making the watch charge about 33% faster than previous models with the right cable.

For owners of the Apple Watch Series 6, this new model brings a minimum upgrade, as it only improves screen and charging speeds. Older owners get an even brighter screen, a more powerful processor and at least a new sensor that measures oxygen in the blood.

You can learn some goodies about Series 7 here and more about its charging puck here.

Below you can find a thread with some photos and videos of the new watch. What did you think of it? Do you get the new Series 7? Tell us in the comments section below.

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