Apple Watch

Apple Watch First Generation

Apple Watch First Generation release was Apple’s first smartwatch. It was released on April 24, 2015, and came in two sizes: 38 mm (1.5 in) and 42 mm (1.7 in). The Apple Watch First Generation could be paired with an iPhone 5 or later, running iOS 8.2 or later. It was compatible with the Apple Watch app, which was released on the App Store on the same day.

Apple Watch first generation

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Apple Watch First Generation technical specifications

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Apple S1 1 core / 520 Mhz

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512 Mb

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8 Gb

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205 / 250 mAh

Apple Watch Series 1

The Apple Watch Series 1 was released on September 16, 2016. It is the successor to the original Apple Watch, which was released on April 24, 2015. The Apple Watch Series 1 is a refinement of the original Apple Watch, with improved internals and a new ceramic back. It is also the first Apple Watch to be waterproof, with a water-resistance rating of 50 meters.

The Apple Watch Series 1 is available in two case sizes: 38mm and 42mm. It is available in three finishes: aluminum, stainless steel, and gold. The Apple Watch Series 1 is also available with a variety of straps, including the Sport Band, Leather Loop, Milanese Loop, Link Bracelet, and Apple Watch Hermès.

The Apple Watch Series 1 starts at $269 for the 38mm case and $299 for the 42mm case. It is available from Apple, select Apple Authorized Resellers, and select carriers.

Apple Watch Series 1

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Apple Watch Series 1 technical specifications

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272x340 / 312x390 px

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Apple S1P 2 core / 780 Mhz

RAM 38 /42

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512 Mb

Storage

Storage

8 Gb

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205 / 250 mAh

Apple Watch Series 2

Apple watch series 2 release is just around the corner, and we could not be more excited! This new Apple watch promises to be even better than the first, with new features and improvements that will make it a must-have for Apple fans. Here are some of the things we are most looking forward to with the Apple watch series 2 release.

– Improved water resistance. The Apple watch series 2 will have a water resistance rating of 50 meters, making it much more suitable for activities like swimming and surfing.

– A built-in GPS. This will be a great addition for runners and cyclists, as they will no longer need to carry their iPhone with them to track their routes.

– A brighter display. The Apple watch series 2 will feature a 1000 nits display, making it easier to read in direct sunlight.

– Enhanced fitness tracking. With the new Apple watch, you will be able to track your activity levels and calorie burn with greater accuracy.

Apple Watch Series 2

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Apple Watch Series 2 technical specifications

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Apple S2 2 core / 780 Mhz

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512 Mb

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8 Gb

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273 / 334 mAh

Apple Watch Series 3

The Apple watch series 3 was released on September 22, 2017. The new Apple watch comes with built-in cellular, so you can stay connected even when your iPhone isn’t with you. With the Apple watch series 3, you can make calls, send texts, and use Apple Maps – all without your phone.

The Apple watch series 3 is available in two different models – the GPS model and the GPS + Cellular model. The GPS model starts at $329, while the GPS + Cellular model starts at $399.

If you’re looking for a smartwatch that can do it all, then the Apple watch series 3 is the perfect choice for you.

Apple Watch Series 3

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Apple Watch Series 3 technical specifications

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Apple S3 2 core

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768 Mb

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8 Gb

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262 / 342 mAh

Apple Watch Series 4

The Apple Watch Series 4 is finally here! And it’s packing some serious new features. Here’s everything you need to know about the new Apple watch.

Design: The first thing you’ll notice about the Series 4 is its redesigned chassis. It’s now slimmer and sleeker than ever before, and comes in two new finishes: stainless steel and gold. The Series 4 also features a larger display, which Apple says is 30% more visible than the previous model.

Features: Apple has packed a ton of new features into the Series 4. First and foremost, there’s a new S4 processor that Apple says is twice as fast as the previous model. There’s also a new barometric sensor that can be used to measure things like elevation and stair climbing. Apple has also added support for ECG (electrocardiogram) measurements, which is a first for any smartwatch.

Pricing: The Apple Watch Series 4 starts at $399 for the GPS-only model, and $499 for the cellular-capable version. Apple is also offering a new $499 Apple Watch Series 4 Nike+ Edition, which comes with special Nike watch faces and different color options.

Apple Watch Series 4

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Apple Watch Series 4 technical specifications

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Apple S4 2 core

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1 Gb

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16 Gb

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224.9 / 291.8 mAh

Apple Watch Series 5

The Apple Watch Series 5 was released on September 20, 2019. It is the successor to the Apple Watch Series 4 and was announced at the Apple Special Event held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.

The Apple Watch Series 5 is available in two sizes, 40 mm and 44 mm. It has a new Always-On Retina display, which is 2.5 times brighter than the previous model. The Apple Watch Series 5 is powered by the Apple S5 chip and has a built-in electrical heart rate sensor. It also has a new compass feature and an Emergency SOS button. The Apple Watch Series 5 starts at $399 for the GPS model and $499 for the GPS + Cellular model.

Apple Watch Series 5

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Apple Watch Series 5 technical specifications

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324×394 / 368×448 px

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Apple S5 2 core

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1 Gb

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Storage

32 Gb

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245 / 296 mAh

Apple Watch Series 6

The Apple Watch Series 6 was released on September 15, 2020. The new Apple Watch features a Blood Oxygen sensor and app, ECG app, fall detection, and always-on altimeter. The Series 6 also has a new S6 chip that Apple claims will offer 20% faster performance than the Series 5. Prices start at $399 for the GPS model and $499 for the cellular model. Apple is also releasing a new low-cost Apple Watch SE that starts at $279.

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Apple Watch Series 7

Apple watch series 7 release is just around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited! This year’s model is packed with new features and improvements, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it.

As always, Apple has kept the design of the Watch clean and understated. The new model is available in two sizes – 40mm and 44mm – and three finishes: aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium. Apple has also introduced a new color option for the Watch this year: Product(Red).

The biggest change for the Apple Watch series 7 comes in the form of the new S7 processor. This is a big upgrade from the S6 processor in the previous model, and it brings with it some impressive performance gains. Apple says that the S7 is up to 20% faster than the S6, and that it’s more energy efficient as well.

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Evgeny Zakharov Author

The author of the article, Evgeny Zakharov, is a regular contributor to the social knowledge sharing service Quora.