Let’s check out the differences between Apple Watch Series 7 and Apple Watch SE
Apple keeps updating its wearable technology in response to growing public demand. Let’s compare two of the most well-known versions, the Apple Watch Series 7 and the Apple Watch SE.
Features of Apple Watch Series 7 and Apple Watch SE
One of the most visible differences between the Apple Watch Series 7 and the Apple Watch SE is the size of the screen. The Series 7 model has the biggest Apple Watch display ever. Apple accomplished the feat by significantly reducing the screen’s outer edges and raising the case.
A 41mm Apple Watch Series 7 has a display area of 904 square millimeters, compared to a 45mm model’s 1,143 square millimeters. The display areas on the 44mm and 40mm Apple Watch SE is 977 sq mm and 759 sq mm, respectively. The SE’s display is the same size as Apple Watch Series 4-6.
With the introduction of watchOS 8, larger menu buttons and other features in stock apps like Stopwatch, Activity, and Alarms have made interacting with on-screen parts of the Apple Watch 7 even simpler.
The Series 7’s built-in QWERTY keyboard, which can be operated with touches or swipes, is probably its most famous unique feature. Special AI is employed to make sure that what you input appears on the screen.
The ultimate visual difference between the screens of the two versions is that the Apple Watch Series 7 features an Always-On display while the Apple Watch SE does not. As you could have guessed from the name, the screen will always show the time or other data from an app. Even when your wrist is lowered, this is true.
The features for health tracking that are offered on the Apple Watch Series 7 and Apple Watch SE vary as well. Both provide a heart rate sensor that can track your present heart rate. And send you alerts when it rises or falls.
The Apple Watch Series 7 and Apple Watch SE have somewhat different-sized batteries. But according to Apple, both devices can last up to 18 hours under typical use.
Price, Colors, and Sizes
The Apple Watch Series 7 is available in 41mm and 45mm sizes. On the low end is an aluminum case in five hues: midnight, starry, green, blue, and red.
Starting at $699, you may choose between three different colors of stainless steel: silver, black, or graphite.
A variation with a titanium or black titanium shell starts at $799. An Apple Watch Hermès may be purchased for as little as $1,359 for devotees of the upscale label. That includes a premium strap and a Series 7 Apple Watch in stainless steel.
The Apple Watch SE has a starting price of $279 for the GPS model and $309 for the GPS + Cellular model. For aluminum cases, there are just three color options: silver, space gray, and gold.
The price of the Nike Apple Watch SE in silver and space gray is the same.