Users of the new generation of Apple Watch Series 7 smart watch need to use the charger that comes with it, which is magnetic fast charger It differs from the old model that does not offer similar charging speeds, in order to use the fast charging system.
The newly added fast charging system One of the best features of the Apple Watch Series 7. The company claims that it charges the watch up to 33 percent faster. It is also It is able to charge it to about 80 percent in about 45 minutes.
The old USB-C charger and the new model look identical on the outside. But only the new cable can charge the Series 7 at full speed. Assuming you have a USB-C charger that can output the proper wattage, the company recommends a 20W USB-C charger.
Simply install the connector near the back of the watch, and the magnet automatically locks it into place.
Although, the company has stopped selling the old USB-C charger that does not provide fast charging through its site. But still available from other retailers Such as Amazon. So be sure to buy the right charger if you are looking for spare parts.
This also means that if you own an Apple Watch charging dock or dock that has a built-in charger, you won’t be able to take advantage of the faster charging available on the Series 7.
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As the company’s website notes, fast charging is compatible with Apple Watch Series 7 only. Other models have regular shipping times.
This doesn’t mean that Series 7 won’t charge if it’s connected to an old Apple Watch charger, it just means it won’t be able to use fast charging.
Likewise, you can use the new USB fast charging cable with older Apple Watch models. But they are shipped at their normal speeds. For comparison, the Series 6 can be fully charged in an hour and a half.
Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399 and will be available in stores starting October 15.
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