iFixit's Apple Watch Series 7 teardown shows the same display tech as iPhone 13 | Engadget

In addition to using new technology, Apple also made the display bigger and gave it a refractive edge to make the sides look like they're slightly curved. The former Apple engineers said that usually signals delays, and the most likely culprit was the manufacturing hiccups caused by the Watch's display. That doesn't translate to longer battery life, though, since the device's larger screen likely uses more power. You can see the whole teardown on iFixit's website, along with more photos of what's inside the Series 7.Please enter a valid email address iFixit has taken apart the Apple Watch Series 7 and showed that despite having minimal changes on the outside, it does feature some big upgrades underneath. "[S]creens have some of the most complex supply chains and assembly processes in the industry," the website explained. iFixit also found that the model's battery is larger than its predecessors.
iFixit has taken apart the Apple Watch Series 7 and showed that despite having minimal changes on the outside, it does feature some big upgrades underneath. As we mentioned in our review, the main di… [+1535 chars]