The Apple Watch hasn't been a monster hit like the iPhone, but it's the world's best-selling smartwatch and is helping the company expand health-care related services.
Apple Watch Series 4 will be available in aluminum and stainless-steel finishes in both GPS and GPS + Cellular configurations. New watch faces based on fire, water, and vapour effects were also introduced.
Series 4 will retail for $399, with cellular going for $499, and it will be available on September 21. Despite being bigger, the casing for the Apple Watch Series 4 is smaller than previous models. Well, they're not going to get the former, no matter how many patents Apple holds, but the latter has come to pass.
The strategy has been successful, helping Apple's stock up more than 30 pct this year and making it the first publicly traded US company to hit a market value of more than $1 trillion.
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This means you can use it while swimming up to 50 metres below the surface.
On heart health, you can already monitor your heart rate on Apple Watch.
The device comes with new features and is powered by the new S4 processor for faster performance.
Are you willing to get the Apple Watch Series 4?
Everything feels polished, well-made and light enough on the wrist. Other highlights include a ceramic build, optical heart sensor, swimproof capabilities, and more. The first three generations of Apple Watch were offered with 38mm and 42mm watch cases.
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Thanks to the stretched-out display, the Watch Series 4 can now show more at a glance. There's so much more you can do to accessorise it, and while it doesn't look any brighter it really impresses the eye just from being larger.
Apple didn't quite detail what operations we are talking about here. Apple also showcased certain new watch faces including a new modular face, one with the ability to add several health and fitness statistics, and three new minimal faces to cut down on the amount of information for users who prefer it that way. It seems like overkill if you're young, health and athletic, but it could be an extremely valuable feature for the elderly - or clumsy.
We couldn't test that just yet - the feature isn't coming to the USA for a month or two, and the rest of the world later - so the basic heart rate monitor loked, well, basic. Of course, you'll also be able to choose a more simplified watch face if you find the new one to be way too busy, but all those options will be nice. We will have to wait for it to land here like we are for Apple News and Apple Pay Cash. Now, Apple Watch users can take ECG of their heart anytime from their wrist and technically making it the first ECG device offered at the counter.
As for the battery, the company is promising an all-day battery life the same 18 hours that customers are used to. When you trip, your arms go forward;. (I was a little stressed, so the results probably wouldn't have been that accurate anyway.) The electrical heart sensor is the Series 4's most meaningful new feature, because it could actually save lives.
The third feature is made possible by the electrocardiogram on the back.
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The Apple Watch does bring some upgrades, but the biggest and most important is to that display.