Apple Watch Series 7 [GPS 41mm] Smart Watch w/ Midnight Aluminum Case with Midnight Sport Band. Fitness Tracker, Blood Oxygen & ECG Apps, Always-On Retina Display, Water Resistant
|Model Name||Apple Watch Series 7|
|Color||Midnight Aluminum Case with Midnight Sport Band|
|Screen Size||41 Millimeters|
|Special Feature||Activity Tracker, Heart Rate Monitor, Sleep Monitor, Blood Oxygen, Fall detector, Always-On Retina Display, Always-On Altimeter See more|
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Compatible Devices||Smartphone, Laptop, Earbuds|
|Compatible Phone Models||iphone|
About this item
- WHY APPLE WATCH SERIES 7 — The most advanced Apple Watch features powerful health innovations like sensors and apps to measure your blood oxygen and take an ECG. The larger, Always-On Retina display makes it easier to use and read. The most durable Apple Watch. Charges faster so you can get going quicker.
- EASILY CUSTOMIZABLE — Available in a range of sizes and materials, with dozens of bands to choose from. Change up your look by switching your band or by customizing your watch face in millions of ways.
- INCREDIBLE DURABILITY — Built to be tough. It’s more crack resistant, it’s dust resistant, and it’s swimproof.
- STAY CONNECTED — Send a text, make a call, listen to music and podcasts, use Siri, or call for help with Emergency SOS. Series 7 (GPS) works with your iPhone or Wi-Fi to keep you connected.
- MOST ADVANCED HEALTH FEATURES — Keep an eye on your blood oxygen with a revolutionary sensor and app. Take an ECG anytime. Get irregular heart rhythm notifications. Track your sleep. Use fall detection as a safety feature that can call for help if you need it.
- SIMPLY COMPATIBLE — It works seamlessly with your Apple devices and services. Listen to music with your AirPods. Unlock your Mac automatically. Find your devices with a tap. Pay and send money with Apple Pay. Apple Watch requires an iPhone 6s or later with the latest iOS version.
- ULTIMATE FITNESS PARTNER — Apple Watch helps you stay active. It has advanced sensors that track all the ways you move and measure your favorite workouts. And it comes with three months of Apple Fitness+ free.
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|Case Size||41mm, 45mm||40mm, 44mm||38mm, 42mm|
|Display||Always-On Retina display Nearly 20% more screen area than Apple Watch SE and over 50% more screen area than Series 3||Retina display, 30% larger than Series 3||Retina display|
|Processor||S7 with 64-bit dual-core processor; up to 20% faster than SE||64-bit dual-core S5 processor; Up to 2x faster than S3||Dual-core S3 processor|
|Optical Heart Sensor||Third-generation optical heart sensor||Second-generation optical heart sensor||Optical heart sensor|
|Digital Crown||Digital Crown with haptic feedback||Digital Crown with haptic feedback||Digital Crown|
|Altimeter||Always-on Altimeter||Always-on Altimeter||Altimeter|
|Speaker||50% louder than Series 3||50% louder than Series 3|
|Blood oxygen sensor (Blood Oxygen app)|
|Electrical heart sensor (ECG app)|
|Power||USB-C magnetic fast charging cable||USB-C magnetic charging cable||USB-A magnetic charging cable|
|Bluetooth||BT 5.0||BT 5.0||BT 4.2|
Apple Watch Series 7 (GPS)
Built-in GPS/GNSS/BeiDou, S7 with 64-bit dual-core processor, W3 Apple wireless chip, U1 Ultra Wideband chip, Barometric altimeter, Capacity 32GB, Blood oxygen sensor, Third-generation optical heart sensor, Electrical heart sensor, Certified IP6x dust resistant, Improved accelerometer up to 32 g‑forces, Improved gyroscope, Ambient light sensor, Always-On Retina LTPO OLED display with Force Touch (1000 nits), Digital Crown with haptic feedback, Second-generation speaker and mic, Aluminum models have Ion-X front glass, Sapphire crystal and ceramic back, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 5.0, Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, Up to 18 hours of battery life, Water resistant 50 meters, watchOS 8
Whats in the box
Case, Band, 1m Magnetic Charging Cable
LTE and UMTS,Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 5.0
Up to 18 hours of battery life
45mm: 38.8g (Aluminum); 41mm: 32.0g (Aluminum)
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I love the added flexibility that this extends to my phone. I am not an Apple fanatic but my last Android was a disaster so here I am. My main hope was to use it for fitness tracking / incentive. It does a fair job of that. I have no idea how it tracks the standing time. I get warnings that it is time to stand and then shortly after get the Great Job message for reaching a goal without ever getting out of my office chair.
The ability to text or play Dick Tracey with texts, calls, or in fact using a walkie-talkie function is great. I do not have to worry about pairing my phone with my vehicles as a result (long story - I find it to be a pain when the whole family is in the car and my wife's phone call takes over in the middle of my navigation - screw that mess - I plug in my phone when I want Car Play to take over - end rant).
There are so many other things I am playing with, its too much to capture it all. I did enable Apple Pay and found that I forgot my wallet in the middle of a transaction. So that was cool trying it out the first time. The alerts can be a bother at times but I just need to manage them better. I did turn off some aspects since it got really annoying when I first set things up. Locating my phone has been nice as well. I have a case that blends in with our counter tops and at times can look right over it.
I do highly recommend getting a bumper. I have dropped mine a couple of times now, once flat on the face onto concrete and nada. I am sure if the bumper was not on it would have been toast.
So I do like it so far, just not sure I would have pulled the trigger without the added discounts I was able to utilize.
The first few days I had this watch I was ready to throw it out the window. I HATED it. 1.5 days of battery life? Gross! And how dare they not let me see my step count and my heart rate on my watch face?!!? I even went as far as downloading a third party app just so I could get my step count on my watch face. You know what? It doesn't work unless you want to keep a third party app up and running all day long, collecting your info and doing who knows what with it?! You know what else? You are still getting steps in even if you can't see the count 24/7. Who knew?! I no longer have a step count on my watch face and somehow I am surviving! My next battle came with my workouts. The first few days everything worked great (although I was SURE this thing was off because my calorie counts and step counts were WAY off from my Fitbit counts). The total vs. active calories threw me and I was sure I was getting short changed. After a few days my watch stopped counting calories during workouts. I could see everything working fine but calorie burn was not registering. I looked online and could find nothing about this issue, so I ended up calling Apple. PSA for anyone who plays games on their phone and toggles the phone's date settings to get more lives...DON'T. Apple forces you to keep your honesty and integrity. Toggling back and forth between dates messes with Apple Fitness. We did a hard reset and it all worked again. I have accepted that I only have 5 lives in Candy Crush and it is what it is.
The Apple Watch sleep stats are utter garbage. Apple should be ashamed. Fitbit blows them out of the water there, but that is probably the only area where Fitbit wins. My certainty about my Apple Watch short changing me with my step and calorie counts? Nope! I have finally accepted that Fitbit was probably counting my arm movements as steps and it was definitely overcounting and/or double counting my step and exercise calorie burn. I use MyFitnessPal to track my food and exercise and I was surprised that active (not total) calorie count is sent from Apple Fitness. That being said, I've been stuck trying to drop that last 10 lbs. for well over a year, and now I know why. After 1 month of my Apple Watch giving me realistic calorie and step counts I've dropped 1.5 lbs. I was overeating based on my Fitbit counts and daily calorie goals! And from there, my love for my Apple Watch bloomed.
The battery life is terrible but I have learned how far I can push it. The sleep metrics are so bad that I really don't mind charging it while I sleep. The workout stats are great and I like that I don't have to manually key anything into MyFitnessPal when I have both apps open and running. I love that my phone alarms and events will go off on my watch. I love that I can change my watch face to match my mood our outfit (don't judge). I love that I have Siri on my wrist at all times to take down reminders and notes as they pop into my head. And most of all, I have learned to love the activity rings. I did not realize how little I stand and move during a work day (tethered to my desk). More importantly, all I have to do is tap the rings and there is my beloved step count!
This thing is far more intuitive than a Fitbit. I am very pleased with my purchase. I did not go with the cellular version because when I step away from my phone, I want to be AWAY from my phone. I have had no issues with syncing or lack of functionality. If you are on the fence and you are already an iPhone user, I recommend you give it a go.
So many features all day everyday on her wrist allows her to ask Siri questions, get directions, reach out to family and report concerns. We all sleep better with Apple Watch 7. They make sensible gifts for everyone from retirees, empty nesters, adult executives, blue collar worker, college kids, recent college grads and younger.
Looking forward to upgrading mine soon!
I use the apple watch for exercise, outdoor stuff, sleeping, and the ability to walk off without my phone but within my property and still be able to see emails, texts, calls, etc.....
You probably have spent/wasted more money on rib eye steaks/wine/beer/whiskey this month than this watch costs.
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Reviewed in Brazil 🇧🇷 on February 17, 2022
Atenção para aqueles que não conhecem os produtos da maça, nos últimos anos eles não costumam mais colocar o plug de tomada/transformador, e sim, apenas o cabo de energia/dados, o famoso usb. Por isso venho alertar àqueles que esperam pelo o que é dado como básico (cabo, plug), pois o último não está incluso na caixa, apenas o Watch, manuais, cabo de energia com base magnética e a pulseira esportiva com dois tamanhos.
A bateria não dura muito, eu esperava que durasse mais. Ele dura um dia inteiro, e se vc desligar a noite para o dia seguinte ele vai durar o outro dia inteiro também. Mas se ficar dia e noite ligado, só dá um dia! Acredito que seja, pq ele não desliga a tela, fica sempre acesa.
Mas eu amei o produto e o vendedor, o meu pedido chegou antes do prazo.
Vem com o cabo pra carregar, só não vem com o plug da tomada!