Currently, the Apple Watch Series 7 is available for $290.
The 41mm and 45mm Product Red variants have both been marked down significantly.
The latest iteration of Apple’s wristwatch may not be announced for another month or so, but those looking for a new wearable right away may get the Series 7 for less at Amazon. The price of the Watch in the sizes 41mm and 45mm GPS Product Red has been reduced by the online merchant to $290 and $320, respectively. Even though both models are already on sale, additional coupons will be automatically applied at checkout to further reduce their final sale costs.
With each generation, Apple has consistently improved the Watch, and the Series 7 is no exception. Although it didn’t much differ from the Series 6 that came before it, the business did make several significant advancements. With its larger screen, the Series 7 makes it simpler to read text and even type messages on its display. The Series 7 Apple Watch is the first to have an IP6X dust resistance rating, making it the most durable Watch to date, despite having a mostly similar design to the previous model. This Watch’s charging time was also sped up by Apple, giving you a 10% increase in battery life after only 10 minutes of charging.
Otherwise, Apple carried over to the Series 7 all of the fantastic features available on the Series 6. The wristwatch includes functions including fall detection and Emergency SOS in addition to a built-in GPS, heart rate monitor, ECG tool, and blood oxygen monitor. The Watch’s poor sleep tracking is our main complaint; it provides far less information than competing Fitbit or Garmin devices, focusing mostly on how long you slept. Despite this, we still believe that the Apple Watch is the greatest wristwatch currently available. But if you want the most recent Apple products, you could be better off waiting until the fall, when the company is extremely likely to introduce the next Watch model.
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