Apple Watch diagnostic port It was a mysterious part of its first model’s wearable lineup, but the new Series 7 has officially dropped the six-pin port altogether.
male first MacromersYou can notice the lack of a port when you remove the bottom band of the Apple Watch Series 7 — the company has removed the hidden panel and the port behind it. For internal diagnostic use, the port is not officially approved on Apple’s website or document. But the diagnostic port briefly indicated that the Apple Watch could be expanded through hardware components.
The most popular of these was the spare strap, which Apple attempted to use to extend the watch’s battery life, attaching additional batteries to a specially made strap and inserting them directly into the detection port. Port already delivered quickly It charges better than Apple’s magnetic cable.
Photo: spare belt
Unexpectedly, Apple quickly blocked this ability and spare strap (including every attempt to use the port for useful purposes). The following Apple Watch lifespan was useful for its intended purpose: Apple’s internal application and repair detection.
Of course, the Apple Watch still needs a way to diagnose Apple, and it seems to replace the mysterious port even in in addition to Mysterious 60.5GHz wireless module pairs with a magnetic dock capable of transmitting local data for indoor use. This led to some speculation that Apple would use the Series 7 as a test bed for the portless iPhone in the future, using similar technology to replace cables to connect to a computer. But if years of ineffective detection have taught us one thing, sometimes there isn’t much meaning or use in privacy disclosure tools.
Updated Oct 13th at 5:17 PM: Macromars sources have been added.
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