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The Apple Watch Series 7 has been released in India; find out why it’s worth buying.

There is good news for all Apple users, Apple has launched its Apple Watch Series 7 in the Indian market on October 15. Let’s know what is special in the latest Apple Watch Series 7.

Users can reap the advantage of the Always-On Retina feature.

You can reap the benefit of Always On Retina Display available in Apple Watch series 7. This means that you will be able to see the time and other features on the display without touching the display of the watch. Although the feature is not new as it has also been seen in the previous series of the watch.

The Apple Watch Series 7 has been released in India; find out why it's worth buying. 2
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Apple Watch series 7 comes with a good brightness level.

In Apple Watch Series 6, the brightness level of the screen was low, although Apple Watch Series 7 will offer 70 percent more brightness than the previous series.

An ideal choice for the Health Conscious people.

If you are a fitness freak then this watch is made for you because this watch is rich in many special features related to fitness and health. Apart from this, a blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) tracking feature has also been given in this watch as well as ECG can also be seen in this watch for people who are conscious about their heart health.

Supports fast charging.

If we talk about the battery present in the watch, then let me tell you that with the help of the battery present in this watch, the watch can last for about 18 hours. Along with this, the battery also supports fast charging. However, fast charging support has not been given to the users of India, Vietnam and Argentina.

Price.

When it comes to the price, the starting price of the Apple Watch Series 7 begins from Rs 41,900 to 83,900 depends on the variant you wish to buy. To get more details price you can visit the official website of Apple or the nearest Apple Store in your city.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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