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Which Apple Watch should you buy?

Take a look at the specifications to decide which Apple Watch is best for you.

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There are a wide range of reasons to consider when deciding on which variant of the Apple Watch you want to purchase. Although the price of the smart watch all be the deciding factor, for some the overall design and build will be a massive influence. Below you’ll find a full guide to the specifications of each Apple Watch variant, hopefully helping you make that tough decision

Apple Watch 

  • Processor: Apple S1
  • Software Watch OS
  • Display: 272 x 340 pixels (38mm ver.) 312 x 390 (42mm ver.)
  • Case material: Stainless steel
  • Screen material: Sapphire crystal
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi
  • Sensors: Barometer, acceloremeter, gyroscope and heart rate monitor
  • Price: Starting at £479.

Apple Watch Sport

  • Processor: Apple S1
  • Software Watch OS
  • Display: 272 x 340 pixels (38mm ver.) 312 x 390 (42mm ver.)
  • Case material: Anodised aluminium in either silver or gray
  • Screen material: Ion-X glass
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi
  • Sensors: Barometer, acceloremeter, gyroscope and heart rate monitor
  • Price: Starting at £299.

Apple Watch Edition

  • Processor: Apple S1
  • Software Watch OS
  • Display: 272 x 340 pixels (38mm ver.) 312 x 390 (42mm ver.)
  • Case material: 18-karat gold (yellow or white gold)
  • Screen material: Sapphire crystal
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi
  • Sensors: Barometer, acceloremeter, gyroscope and heart rate monitor
  • Price: Starting at £8000

All 3 variants will be available for pre-order from April 10th, but will go on-sale in numerous countries from April 24th.

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