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Apple first announced the Apple Watch Series 7 simultaneously with the iPhone 13, but the company was vague on the release date for the watch. Now, Apple has officially announced that preorders for the Apple Watch Series 7 start on October 8 and that the watch will ship on October 15.

The Apple Watch Series 7 comes with lots of exciting new stuff that makes the idea of upgrading rather compelling. I’m most excited about having access to a full keyboard on the watch for texting. Sometimes, using your voice to text through the watch or pulling out your phone isn’t ideal, and having a full keyboard is great during these times.

You’ll be able to lock in an Apple Watch Series 7 on Friday, October 8, at 5 am PDT (8 am EDT). The popularity of those preorders remains to be seen, but if you want to make 100% sure you receive your watch on October 15, you might want to get online right when the preorders start.

Apple says that the “design of Apple Watch Series 7 is refined with softer, more rounded corners, and the display has a unique refractive edge that makes full-screen watch faces and apps appear to seamlessly connect with the curvature of the case.”

The Apple Watch Series 7 is available in 41mm and 45mm sizes, so you can choose the one that works best for your wrist. Apple also says that it’s “the most durable Apple Watch ever, with a stronger, more crack-resistant front crystal.”

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The watch is available in five different colors, so you can get one that matches your sense of style. There’s midnight, starlight, green, blue, and (PRODUCT)RED.

You’re looking at $399 for the starting price of the latest Apple Watch model, with the price jumping based on the options you choose.

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