Despite mostly retaining its design all the way from the original Apple Watch, this new Series 5 still manages to offer fresh new flavors.
Apple Watch Series 5 Launched with Always on Display; Starting at $399
"We've seen Apple Watch have a meaningful impact on our customers' lives and we're excited to deliver even more capabilities with Apple Watch Series 5 and watchOS 6", said Jeff Williams, Apple's chief operating officer. Both models will be available in stores beginning Friday, September 20.
There are more cases and straps to choose from than ever before, with aluminum, stainless steel, ceramic, and a new titanium the casing materials you can pick from.More news: Florida could see Tropical Storm Humberto later this week
You can also pick it up in stainless steel for a higher price - $699 / AU$1,099 with a sport loop or sport band, $749 / AU$1,179 with a Milanese loop, or $799 / AU$1,259 with a leather loop. The Watch changes are more muted than previous year, when Apple added redesigned cases, larger screens, faster processors, and an EKG sensor with the Series 4 line. Apple's new display even manages its refresh rate in accordance so no unnecessary battery is wasted on display refresh cycles.
Apple's new iPad will be avialable in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold colors and 32GB and 128GB storage options. The GPS+Cellular variant, on the other hand, now costs Rs 29,900. The company revealed the new Apple Watch Series 5 with more features and greater variation in appearance. And of course, there will be a few new watch faces. One of the highlights in the new Apple Watch is the Always On Retina display.More news: Redskins now need Adrian Peterson after 'slap in the face' scratch
Apple also announced that its Series 3 (GPS) and Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) watches will be receiving watchOS 6 on 19 September, and the prices of these watches will be reduced to $199 and $299 respectively. The workout app has also been tweaked to continuously show stats and exercise data.
Also new with the Series 5 is a built-in compass, which means the watch is going to be able to tell watch wearers which direction they're facing, as well as where they are. It's also added worldwide emergency calling in over 150 countries, adding to fall detection as a safety feature.More news: Britain urges North Korea to honour missile commitments after new tests
After an inspirational detailing the myriad of ways in which the Apple Watch has improved the health and well-being of its users, Apple divulged what we can expect to see from its next-gen wearable.