iFixit's Apple Watch Series 7 teardown shows the same display tech as iPhone 13

iFixit has taken apart the Apple Watch Series 7 and showed that despite having minimal changes on the outside, it does feature some big upgrades underneath. As we mentioned in our review, the main difference between this device and the Series 6 is its slightly bigger display, Now, iFixit’s teardown shows that its display uses touch-integrated OLED panel or “on-cell touch,” which debuted with the iPhone 13

The website says the move is unusual for Apple, since it typically introduces new display tech — such as OLED, always-on and variable refresh rate — on the lower-volume Apple Watch first instead of the other way around. According to the former

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