A GRAINY photo of a section of a 45mm Apple Watch Series 7 has reportedly 'leaked' online.
The photo of the supposed watch band was posted on Twitter.
If real, the photo would support claims that the Apple Watch bands are increasing in size with 45mm being the largest.
The photo was tweeted by DuanRui and was captioned: "Apple Watch Series 7 45mm".
The Twitter user is known for reposting content from Chinese social media platforms.
Unfortunately, the photo is a grainy closeup so we can't be certain what we're looking at.
However, several news outlets have reported that this could be the Apple Watch Series 7 wristband.
Rumours suggest the new Apple Watch could be released next month.
It's been suggested that instead of 40mm and 44mm band options, we could see 41mm and 45mm watch bands.
The 45mm option would be Apple's largest watch offering to date.
Apple fans and analysts are hoping for a September event as the tech giant often reveals new iPhones in September.
As with all leaks and rumours, we'll have to wait for official word from Apple until we can know for sure that an Apple Watch 7 is coming out.
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