After going through many rumor mills and expert predictions, finally, Apple Watch Series 6 launched by the company. The other affordable model Apple Watch SE has also now unveiled with some opted out features. The big brother Apple Watch Series 6 now capable to measure the blood oxygen level. Last year and the before that, Apple failed to introduced the SpO2 feature on Apple Watches. It now runs on the WatchOS 7 version that brings lots of new features. Feature-wise, it comes with an A6 chipset, 20% faster than Series 5.
Apple Watch Series 6 also gets VO2 Max, native sleep tracking, and handwashing along with a new altimeter and improved always-on display features. The watch will give the battery backup of 18 hours and there are new seven straps. It supports fast charging, and it fills up a full battery in one & a half hours. The Watch Series 6 will be start shipping from September 18, and the price will start from $399 for the GPS-only 40mm model and $429 for the 44mm model. The GPS+cellular version will cost $499 for the smaller version and $529 for a bigger model.
The other affordable Apple Watch SE carries Watch Series 4 or Series 5 design but shares some features of Series 6. It has Gyroscope, Accelerometer, and Always on Altometer which can be found on the new Apple Watch. To make it cheaper, Apple left ECG behind, though fall detection & sleep tracking are available on the wearable. The Watch SE will go on shipping from September 18, and it has priced at $279 for 40mm model and 44mm available for $309. The cellular model has set to $329 & $359 for the 40mm & 44mm models respectively.