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How Big Is Apple Watch Series 7? New Sizes Explained

The Apple Watch Series 7 adds a fresh design and new cases — making it the biggest Apple Watch yet. Here's a closer look at its increased size.

One of the main draws to the Apple Watch Series 7 is its larger display — but just how big did Applemake its latest smartwatch? The Apple Watch design is something Apple's been very calculated in changing over the years. The original Apple Watch design was used from 2015 through 2017 with the Series 3. The Apple Watch Series 4 debuted in 2018 with the first major redesign in Apple Watch history, with Apple continuing to re-use that same form factor all through the Series 6 in 2020.

On paper, the Apple Watch Series 7 is a pretty modest upgrade over its Series 6 predecessor. It has the same chipset, health sensors, and battery life. Apple did improve charge times, display brightness, and its durability, but that's it. Well, almost. After three generations of the tried and true design of the Series 4, the Apple Watch Series 7 introduces the second major design refresh ever for the Apple Watch.

Related: Every Apple Watch Series 7 Color

The Apple Watch Series 7 is available in two models, just like all previous Apple Watches. The difference, however, is that the sizes are larger. The Apple Watch Series 7 comes in 41mm and 45mm cases. By comparison, all Apple Watches since the Series 4 have been 40mm and 44mm. While a 1mm increase doesn't sound like much on paper, that's enough room for Apple to increase the screen area by 20 percent compared to the Series 6. Furthermore, Apple reduced the display border by 40 percent and brought the edges of the screen closer to the case. As seen in the picture above, this all results in an upgrade that's both noticeable and very minimal at the same time. The display bezel is considerably smaller than the Series 6 and thus allows for noticeably more screen real-estate. However, Apple's managed to add this extra display without a huge increase in physical size. If the previous 40mm size was comfortable, the 41mm should fit without a problem (as should the 45mm case for fans of the 44mm one).

Benefits Of The Apple Watch Series 7's Larger Display

As one would expect, the larger size and screen of the Apple Watch Series 7 aren't just for looks. It's visually striking, certainly, but Apple has also optimized certain elements of watchOS 8 to take advantage of the increased canvas. One area this is seen is with watch faces. Apple Watch Series 7 ships with a couple of exclusive faces not found on other Apple Watch models, including Countour, Modular Duo, and World Time. Contour is a visual treat, taking the dial all the way to the very edge of the display and animating it throughout the day. Modular Duo is the first watch face to have two large complications at once, whereas World Time shows the current time in 24 different time zones.

Another major addition is an on-screen keyboard. Series 7 is the first Apple Watch with any such functionality, allowing users to tap and swipe directly on their wrist to reply to text messages, emails, or jot down reminders. The Series 7's screen also contributes to two new larger font sizes, in addition to larger buttons and toggles throughout the UI.

Again, all of this is only possible on the Apple Watch Series 7 and is not coming to older models like the Apple Watch SE or Series 6. In that context, it's fairly impressive how much extra functionality the Series 7 has over its predecessors. It's roughly the same physical size, it works with all the same watch bands, yet its display can do so much more.

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Change the watch face on your Apple Watch

You can choose different designs, adjust the colours and add complications to your watch face. You can even set the time ahead. 

How to switch the watch face on your Apple Watch

  1. From your watch face, swipe left or right from edge to edge.
  2. Stop when you get to the watch face that you want to use. 

Learn about all the Apple Watch faces and their features.

Not all watch faces are available in all countries or regions. Hermes and Nike watch faces are available only on those models.

How to customise the watch face on your Apple Watch

  1. Press the Digital Crown to go to the watch face.
  2. Touch and hold the display.
  3. Swipe left or right to choose a watch face, then tap Edit. 
  4. Swipe left or right to select a feature, then turn the Digital Crown to change it. For example, you might change the colour of the second hand or the markings on the watch face. 
  5. Swipe all the way to the left to edit complications, which you can use to check things, such as the weather, your activity or information from other apps that you've installed. Tap a complication to select it, then turn the Digital Crown to change it.
  6. When you’ve finished, press the Digital Crown to save your changes. 
  7. Tap the watch face to set it as your current face.

You can also change the watch face from your iPhone. Open the Watch app, then tap the Face Gallery tab. 

How to create a new version of a watch face

  1. Press the Digital Crown to go to the watch face. 
  2. Touch and hold the display, swipe all the way to the right, then tap the add button the Plus icon.
  3. To choose a watch face, turn the Digital Crown, then tap the one that you want. This sets your current watch face to the one that you just created. 
  4. To customise the watch face, touch and hold the display again, then tap Edit.

How to delete a watch face from your Apple Watch

  1. Go to your current watch face, then touch and hold the display.
  2. Swipe left or right to the watch face that you want to remove. 
  3. Swipe up and tap Remove.

If you want to, you can create the watch face again later.

How to change the time shown on your Apple Watch

  1. Open the Settings app on your watch, then tap Clock.
  2. Tap +0 min.  
  3. Turn the Digital Crown and choose how far ahead to set your watch. 
  4. Tap Cancel or Set.

You can only set the time shown on the watch face ahead. Your alarms, notifications, World Clock and any other times will still match the actual time. 

How to hide Now Playing on your Apple Watch

When you play music, Now Playing automatically opens. Here's how to change the setting: 

  1. Open the Settings app on your watch. 
  2. Tap General > Wake Screen. 
  3. Turn off Auto-Launch Audio Apps. 

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Apple Watch 'Series 6,' 'watchOS 7' may have shareable faces, kid modes

The next Apple Watch and major release of watchOS could offer features to share customized watch faces with other users, along with a new "pro" version of the Infograph watch face that adds a tachymeter to the collection of selectable elements, and child-friendly elements.

Speculation has already started for the "Apple Watch Series 6," with suggestion of improvements to the ECG and a new blood oxygen detection system proposed for the device. Not all new features Apple will announce at its launch will pertain to the new hardware, with some software-specific changes likely to also affect some earlier models.

In exploration of code allegedly from iOS 14 seen by 9to5Mac, Apple Watch users will be able to share their watch face configurations with other people. While it is unclear if specific watch faces will be shareable between Apple Watch units directly, it is claimed there is the ability to share configurations for faces with others, which may be interpreted by the watch to configure a watch face it has installed or access to on the paired iPhone.

The configuration settings will include colors, styles, and complication selections, which can be shared as files and previewable in the Files app. They will also reportedly be sharable by the share sheet within the Watch app in iOS, and can be passed along via AirDrop.

At this time, there is apparently no sign of third-party watch face support within watchOS 7.

Along with sharing configurations, a new watch face will be introduced. "Infograph Pro" will follow on from Infograph and Infograph Modular from the Apple Watch Series 4, with the key change being the inclusion of a tachymeter. An analog scale that measures speed and distance based on travel time, the feature is more used on analog watch faces than digital versions.

It is not clear how the tachymeter will be represented on the watch face.

Photo watch faces are also touted, where users will be able to personalize the face using images stored within the iPhone or Apple Watch Photos app. The face will be able to cycle through image collections in an album whenever the Apple Watch is woken up.

Image sources for the face will include individual photos, albums, and shared albums, with the latter able to be a jointly-accessible album that can be viewed and contributed to by other users.

Apple will also add in features in watchOS 7 to make it more usable for children. While it is currently possible to activate multiple Apple Watches to one iPhone, it is only possible to operate one at a time, with all linked to the same account. Under watchOS 7, it is claimed a mode will allow a parent to activate a child's Apple Watch on the parent's iPhone, instead of the child requiring one.

The management will also allow for a parent to designate trusted contacts, music the child can listen to, and possibly other controls. A "Schooltime" feature will potentially let parents limit what apps and features could be accessible at specific times of day, such as during class.

Other changes touted in watchOS 7 include the return of the sleep tracking rumors, a Control Center on Apple Watch, and a change of architecture for Apple Watch apps that no longer require apps to be based on extensions.

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What are Animoji? How to create and use Apple's animated emoji

(Pocket-lint) - Apple's Animoji are custom, animated versions of popular emoji characters. The feature uses Apple's Face ID facial-recognition system to create 3D emoji that mirror your own facial expressions.

You can make and share them with other Apple users through the Messages app and while there were only a few available in 2017 when they first launched, there are now multiple options, as well as Memoji which you can read all about in our separate feature.

Here's what you need to know about Animoji and how they work.

What are Apple Animoji?

Apple's Animoji are custom animated messages that use your voice and reflect your facial expressions.

Ever use those cool lenses in Snapchat? Well, Apple's Animoji feature works very similarly - only instead of being based on custom masks developed by Snapchat, they're based on popular emoji.

There are over 25 emojis available, including poop, panda, pig, robot and ghost. They essentially mirror your facial expressions. So, as you move your face and talk, they will do the same, in real-time.


How do Animoji work?

Face ID

Face ID is a facial-recognition feature developed by Apple. It launched in 2017 on the iPhone X but it's on all iPhones since that device, except the iPhone SE (2020), and it will likely be on future iPhones too.

To make Face ID possible, Apple crams a lot of hardware into a tiny area at the top of the displays of compatible iPhones. This area is dubbed the TrueDepth camera system, and it is made up of a flood illuminator, infrared camera, front camera, dot projector, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, a speaker, and microphone. When you glance at an iPhone with Face ID, the TrueDepth camera system kicks in.

Animoji leverages the TrueDepth camera system used for Face ID, as well as the chip inside a compatible iPhone, to capture and analyse more than 50 different muscle movements in your face. It then mirrors your expressions in different emoji to produce Animoji.


How to create and share Animoji?

Animoji is available within the Messages app and FaceTime on a compatible iPhone running iOS 12 and above. You can create and edit Animoji in fullscreen through the Messages app, and they'll be animated in real-time before you send them as a message.

When you send them, the recipient will receive them as looping videos with audio.

For FaceTime, you can choose an Animoji to take part in the video call instead of your real face. The Animoji you choose will appear on top of your shoulders. 

Here's how to create and share an Animoji on Messages:

  1. Open Apple's Messages app.
  2. Open a message with a contact.
  3. Tap the App Store icon next to the text field in a conversation thread.
  4. Tap the Animoji (character in yellow square frame) icon from the selection of App Store apps in the tray below the input field.
  5. While looking at your compatible iPhone, scroll to the emoji you want to turn into an Animoji.
  6. Bring your face into view and press the red record button.
  7. Tap the send (blue arrow) button to send the Animoji.

Here's how to use an Animoji on FaceTime:

  1. Open the FaceTime app.
  2. Choose the contact you want to FaceTime video call.
  3. Select the Effects icon at the bottom of yout screen
  4. Choose the Animoji (character in yellow square frame) icon
  5. Select the Animoji you want to replace your face

Which emoji work with Animoji?

You can create an Animoji out of the following emoji on a compatible iPhone: Mouse, Octopus, Cow, Giraffe, Shark, Owl, Boar, Monkey, Robot, Cat, Dog, Alien, Fox, Poop, Pig, Panda, Rabbit, Chicken, Unicorn, Lion, Dragon, Skull, Bear, Tiger, Koala, Dinosaur, Ghost.

More continue to be added over time.


Which devices support Animoji?

Anyone with iOS 11 or later can receive and view Animoji, but to create and share them, you'll need an Apple device with Face ID. The current list of compatible iPhones with Face ID are:

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What about Memoji?

Memoji are personalised Animoji. These can look exactly like you (or a version of you with, say, yellow skin, blue hair, a mohawk, a 'fro, man bun, or a cowboy hat).

As you adjust your Memoji to suit you, whether changing the head shape, brows, or eye colour, you will see the Memoji change in real-time via Message's built-in Memoji builder tool. Just like Animoji's, Memoji's work in FaceTime too.

To learn more about how Memoji work, see Pocket-lint's guide.

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twitter announced today that it will be removing its implementation of stories dubbed “fleets.” the feature was either loved or hated by twitter users since its initial release last year.

this short-lived feature, which was released in november of last year, will be removed on august 3. twitter acknowledged the controversial nature of the snapchat/instagram clone with the farewell tweet. notably, there was no fleet from the main twitter account announcing the departure of the feature, only a standard tweet.

in the goodbye, the company said it is working on “new stuff.” one can hope that they add the ability to edit tweets, in addition to the new edit audience and monetization features.

in a more detailed blog post, twitter shared that it hoped fleets would make people more comfortable posting onto twitter. as fleets disappear, some of the fleet creation features, like gifs and stickers, will be implemented into the standard tweets composer.

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World of Dinosaurs takes advantage of the fact that we are currently living in the golden age for dinosaur discovery and presents comprehensive information based on the latest discoveries and scientific theory, within a beautiful multimedia presentation. World of Dinosaurs includes amazing high-definition original illustrations, which along with the accompanying information creates the ultimate dinosaur resource covering dinosaurs of all time, discovery, extinction, and even dinosaur ancestors still alive today.

The education app World of Dinosaurs takes you to those prehistoric times in a single tap. As soon as you enter the land before time, rotate your device left to right to get a 360-degree view of the illustrated landscape. (Tip: Use your headphones for an immersive soundscape experience as you enter the Mesozoic Era.)

World of Dinosaurs is an informative, interactive tool for the next time you're working on a project, presentation, or simply want to satisfy your dino curiosity. From the Table of Contents, tap on the Dinosaurs section and use the magnifying glass to browse through an extensive A to Z list of dinosaur species. On the Discovery tab, view detailed infographics on fossil formation and dinosaur intelligence.

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