Mass production has begun the straps of the grown Apple Watch Series 7

As it was known a couple of days earlier, the next generation of Apple Watch smartwatches could grow in size. Now a clear confirmation of this information has appeared on the network. 

Network whistleblower Majin Bu said that according to his source, Apple has already begun mass production of straps for the new Apple Watch Series 7. He also confirmed that the watch is moving to sizes 41 and 45 mm instead of the previous 40 mm and 44 mm. As noted by Majin Bu, the new straps will be the same size as the previous models. 

As evidence, a photo of the Solo Loop strap, which in Russia is called "Monobraslet", is attached. In the picture, the strap for the 41 mm model corresponds to size 2 monobralets are offered in sizes 1 to 10 as they do not have a clasp. 

Another source posted a photo allegedly showing a leather strap for the Apple Watch Series 7, marked with a size of 45 mm. 

Until the release of the Apple Watch Series 4, the company offered watches in 38mm and 42mm sizes. With the release of the Series 4 with a larger display in 2018, the case sizes have grown to 40mm and 44mm, respectively. 

The Apple Watch Series 7 could officially debut alongside the iPhone 13 lineup at Apple's online event in September. New iPads, AirPods, Mac mini, and MacBook Pro are also expected to launch in the coming months.

Majin Bu still cannot boast of a large track record of reliable leaks, he began to publish photos of devices and accessories that have not yet been released only in recent months, but such publications as 9to5mac and CultofMac already refer to him. 

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