Apple Watch is officially on sale in the UK and the US today, with more to come in the coming days.
As of this writing, the Apple Watch Sport is the only Apple Watch with a retail price tag, and it starts at £299.
The Apple Watch 2, priced at £349, has the same model number as the original Apple Watch model, which you can see in the photos below.
The Apple Watch Series 3 Sport is available for pre-order today for £379.99, which means that it’s £30 less than the original model, and also £30 cheaper than the iPhone 7 Plus, which has been out for a year.
In a way, it’s even cheaper, as you’ll only need to pay £60 more for the Apple Watches new Series 3 model.
It’ll start at £439.99 for the Sport, and £299 for the larger model.
Both of these new Apple Watchers are compatible with the latest Android Wear smartwatches and have the same battery life as Apple’s standard model.
Both have GPS, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, and support for NFC payments.
You can see the new model here and the older model here, as well as the more affordable model that we’ve also included.
The new AppleWatch is still the most expensive Apple Watch in the world, so we’re excited to see what you guys think.
You might also be interested in:The Apple TV is also available in the US and the UK today, and you can pre-register now for the new device for £199.99.
If you have an iPhone 7, you can get the Series 2, which starts at $349.99 and the Series 3, which will start at $399.99 – but there’s a catch, as the Series 1 will cost £179.99 when it launches.
If you don’t already own an iPhone, you’ll need to pre-regard this new model, as it’s the only one available for purchase in the States, and only comes with a SIM card.
If it’s a bit more expensive than the Apple TV, you should pre-sign up for an iPhone X. The Series 3 and Series 2 are available for $499, which is $249 cheaper than Apple’s new iPhone 7.
If your iPhone X is on the fence about buying one, then it may be worth it to check out these Apple Watch and iPhone X pre-orders.
You can also pre-buy the AppleWatch Series 4 and Series 5 for £549.99 from Apple, and there are no further pre-purchases necessary to do so.
The Series 5 is also a smartwatch, with a 6-inch OLED display, a 12-megapixel rear camera, a heart rate monitor, and a magnetic charging pad.
There’s also an accelerometer, gyroscope, and proximity sensor, along with the new motion-tracking microphone and NFC tags.
It’s worth noting that Apple has said that the Series 5 will support Apple Pay, but it hasn’t officially launched it yet.
We’ve also received some good news about Apple Watch as well.
We’ve heard that Apple Watch’s battery life will last up to four days of regular use, so if you’re using the Applewatch at the office, you shouldn’t worry about running out of power at any point.
If that’s the case, you could be saving a lot of money by pre-ordering today.