Following recent reports that the Apple Watch Series 7 might not launch as soon as we had hoped, a new report claims that the wearable will enter mass production at the end of the year.

According to a new DigiTimes report, Apple’s suppliers are ready to ramp up production of the new wearable by the end of this month, potentially pointing to a release taking place at some point next month.

That would clearly represent a short delay in the release of the product, with previous Nikkei Asia reports suggesting that production was previously expected to begin in the middle of September.

The new watch is thought to be set to offer thinner bezels, a flat screen, and flat sides — with those changes thought to be causing manufacturing issues. The new watch will reportedly come in new, larger sizes as well with 41mm and 45mm options set to be available.

In a different report, DigiTimes claimed that the new 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros will ship in October or November, a timeframe that would make most sense given how packed September is set to be for Apple.

The new MacBook Pros are expected to come with new mini-LED screens, a new design, and the return of ports including HDMI.

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