Which Apple Watch Model You Should Choose?


If you're thinking about buying an Apple Watch, you'll probably be excited to get your hands on the new Series 6. But that's not all: right along with the 6, Apple unveiled the cheaper Watch SE; basically a revised Model 4 with a few extra goodies. The king is still the Watch Series 6, with a stunning design and an always-on display. It's not the biggest update in Apple's watch history, but the little things make all the difference.

Inside the Watch Series 6 is Apple Silicon, Apple's co-processor that is faster than its predecessor. There's also news about Watch Faces, the themes to select on the watch face, which change the appearance and featured elements.

The design is similar to the Apple Watch 4 so it doesn't lack accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, motion sensors but no ECG and blood oxygen detection. It uses the S5 chip, the display is large and there is a GPS version as well. Moreover, there many better Apple watch bands Australia online vendors that sell high-quality bands for the latest, and previous watch models. So, you don't have to worry about the replacement bands.

Apple Watch Series 6

Quite simply, the Apple Watch Series 6 is the best Apple Watch ever. It doesn't offer a radical redesign, but we're getting closer and closer to perfection. Health and wellness improve further with blood oxygen monitoring. Overall performance is faster and more efficient thanks to the internal S6 processor. We see the 6 series as a simple upgrade compared to the 5, but there's a better experience and a lot more functionality here. What remains the same is the battery life, both in the Wi-Fi-only and Wi-Fi + Cellular versions.

The biggest improvement over all previous models, including the 5 series, is the speed at which apps launch, especially third-party ones. The App Store opens much sooner and overall feels a bit smoother. You can easily choose and download an app from your wrist without slowing down. And Siri is also much more responsive and usable. The choice is between 40mm and 44mm as a dial size.

Apple Watch SE

Bringing together many of the best elements of the now-discontinued 4 and 5 series, the SE is an affordable product in the Watch experience that fits most users. It's the perfect middle ground for those who don't mind more high-end health sensors, wanting to spend less than a top-of-the-line device. The aluminum models, when viewed side by side, look the same.

Both come in 40mm and 44mm size variants to fit various sizes, sport the same screen, and have multiple strap options for various styles. Inside is the same processor as the 5 Series, a heart rate sensor, compass, always-on altimeter, waterproof design, more powerful speaker, GPS, and cellular support. In short, what's missing is the saturation meter (which there is only on the Series 6), so let's just consider it a Series 4 but with slightly better hardware.

Apple Watch Series 5

The Series 5 takes all the best of the Series 4: sleek looks, great fitness features, potentially life-saving health tools, intuitive notifications and apps, and adds the novelty of the always-on screen. The Series 5 is better than the Series 4, of course, but the new features aren't revolutionary enough to recommend upgrading. Those with an Apple Watch Series 3 or Series 2 should consider upgrading, given the design change there.

Apple Watch Series 4

Like all Apple watches, the Series 4 has a digital crown, allowing users to scroll without obstructing the display. But there are bigger changes underneath the watch's shiny exterior. Compared to the previous model, it has the S4 chip, making it twice as fast, while the built-in speaker is 50 percent louder, providing better audio quality for Siri and Walkie-Talkie functions.

All these small changes, including a more efficient panel, lead to the watch lasting up to 18 hours on a single charge. To date, it's the best value for money, though it does miss out on some features from newer models like the SE.