Apple’s new Apple Watch Series 7 goes on sale in a matter of hours and some people have already gotten their hands on the new wearable. That means that we’re also seeing people compare the watch with the one it replaces in the lineup — Apple Watch Series 6.

The biggest change between the two devices is case size; Apple Watch Series 7 comes in 41mm and 45mm sizes, while the older Apple Watch Series 6 came in 40mm and 44 mm offerings.

That might not sound like that much of a change, and initial reviews suggested that it wasn’t. But those reviews don’t appear to have put the new watch next to the old one — because the difference is immediately obvious when you do.

In images shared to Twitter it’s clear that the difference in display size between the old and new Apple Watches is bigger than you might imagine.

That extra screen real estate allows for larger buttons, special Apple Watch Series 7-specific faces, and more. There’s even a new QWERTY keyboard included, too.

Whether the new photos will be enough to convince anyone to upgrade from a recent Apple Watch to the Apple Watch Series 7 is unknown, but if you’d been on the fence, these images might be enough to tip you over the edge.

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