Apple Watch Series 4, Series 5, Series 6, and Series 6 are available in 40mm and 44mm sizes. The existing bands will fit as long as they are the same size for your new Apple Watch.
Apple Watch Series 4, Series 5, Series 6, and Series 6 are available in 40mm and 44mm sizes. The existing bands will fit as long as they are the same size for your new Apple Watch. You can buy an extra sports band, Solo Loop or another band separately for the Series 7 and Watch SE models. The Apple Watch comes in many sizes so it's easy to get lost as to which watch band will work best with your watch.
Apple had announced over a year ago that it would search for child sexual abuse material (CSAM). The new Apple Watch Series 6 comes in a slightly different size case, 40mm and 44mm. However, the old Series 3 and older bands will still fit. The Series 7's always-on display and electric heart rate sensor are gone. There are fewer finishing options than the Series 7 models, but the Watch SE is still a highly-featured smartwatch. Max Weinbach, however, has stated on Twitter that the new Apple Watch Straps "will not work with older watches." Apple's new straps match the Series 7, just as they were for the Apple Watch Series 4. The 40mm and 41mm Apple Watch models can be ordered with individual loop bands. The 44mm and 45mm models have band sizes 4-12.
The Sport Loop band is made from woven nylon and has dense loops on both the skin and back to allow for moisture to escape. There are three options: GPS, GPS and Cellular models in two sizes. You can also mix and match the various straps available from Nike, Hermes, and Watch Edition. It is not easy to choose the Apple Watch that suits you best. Apple Watch Series 7 will likely be revealed at Apple's September event (but not yet announced), but rumors suggest that shipments may be delayed. Apple Watch Edition models can only be purchased for Series 7 models. They offer the same features as Series 7, but come in a different case.
There are two colors available for the 38mm-42mm watches. However, it works with both the Series 7 (and SE) models. It is difficult to predict what Apple will do so we will have to wait until new straps are available in stores to see if they can be interchanged. Although the Apple Watch Series 7 did not get the flat-edge design, it will have a larger body.