The Apple Store has been taken down at the perfect time. The Apple Watch Series 7 is getting ready for pre-orders.
The Apple App Store was recently unavailable due to a planned outage in advance of the Apple Watch Series’ pre-order event. The online store is expected to reopen around 5 a.m. PT, according to the latest report.
The Apple Online Store is currently unavailable.
Users would see a notification when attempting to enter the Apple App Store, according to a claim published by Macrumors on Friday, Oct. 8. When you visit the company’s official website, you’ll notice that “you are early” for Apple Watch Series 7 pre-orders.
Since 2020, the Cupertino behemoth has been offering pre-orders for a number of Apple gadgets. Pre-orders for the newest smartwatch are currently open for this week.
Furthermore, the Apple Watch Series 7 will be available for pre-order in more than 50 countries around the world. The new smartwatch model is expected to be released on Friday, October 15th, according to the tech titan.
Many individuals mistakenly believe that Apple’s online store’s outage has a distinct meaning. There are speculations about it, according to some, concerning supply chain issues.
For those interested in purchasing an Apple Watch Series 7, the aluminum variants will set you back $399. You can also choose from blue, red, green, midnight, and starlight as your preferred color.
The titanium and stainless steel varieties of the smartwatch are available if you prefer a more advanced device. Expect these to be more expensive than the ordinary ones, though.
Must-Have Features for Apple’s Upcoming Watch Series
According to 9to5Mac, the new Apple Watch 7 Series will have quick charging capabilities as well as an enhanced brightness mode. In addition, buyers should expect it to be cheaper than the previous Apple Watch Series 6 model.
Its larger screen, however, distinguishes it from its predecessor. The new smartwatch will have a slightly larger body. In fact, several options for the Series 7 have been modified, including the new 41mm and 45mm sizes.
Also read: Apple’s October Event: When Will It Happen, and Will It Be for MacBook Pro?
Images of the Apple Watch Series 7 have surfaced on Facebook.
We reported last month that reports concerning the Apple Watch Series 7’s probable chip were circulating. According to a well-known Irish developer, the Cupertino behemoth will keep the same CPU as the Series 6 smartwatches.
The CPU codenamed “t8301” was supposed to be in particular. News from Brinkwire in a nutshell.