Apple’s Watch Series 5 will be accessible to pre-request online from 10 September
Apple disclosed the most recent cycle of its wellness wearable, the Apple Watch Series 5, on Tuesday its annual September event. Apple’s Watch Series 5 will be accessible to pre-request online from 10 September, following the part of the arrangement introduction. It will be accessible it purchase in stores from 20 September.
This watch has a display that never sleeps. With the new Always-On Retina display, you always see the time and your watch face. It can be customized any way you like. Choose a case and pair any band in the Apple Watch Studio.
This watch has apps to keep an eye on your heart. Get a quick read on your heart rate, or check your heart rhythm with the ECG app and tells you when things are getting a little loud. The new Noise app alerts you when decibels rise to levels that can impact your hearing.
The new Cycle Tracking app makes it easy to log information about your menstrual cycle. This watch helps you crush your fitness goals. There are workouts for every way you exercise. And advanced metrics for every level of athlete.
The Activity rings track your progress and inspire you to sit less, move more, and exercise every day. You can even compete with friends in challenges. Listen to the entire Apple Music library, not to mention podcasts and audiobooks. With a compass and ground elevation, it’s made for life’s twists and turns, and ups and downs.
There are a few new features though. The Apple Watch Series 5 comes with an Always On Display, which means you’ll always be able to see the watch face without having to raise your wrist or tap the display. Watch faces have been optimized for the new feature and Apple says battery life won’t be affected.
The iPhone caught the vast majority of the eye, the new watch, which succeeds the Watch Series 4, includes a couple of new includes. It will begin at $399 (£399, AU$649) for the GPS-just model, and $499 (£499, AU$799) for the two GPS and cell.