So Apple released the new Apple Watch Series 5 just a week ago alongside other smart devices and services and it was of course glorious even though it came with few backlashes especially with the iPhone 11’s quite unique design and upscale.
The new Apple Watch Series 5 will take over from the previous generation, the Apple watch 4. Nothing too bogus made the new smartwatch a completely evolved and futuristic rather, it’s a bit of an upscale here and there. The device will cost as high as $399 for the GPS-Only model while the GPS & Cellular model will cost a whooping $499 and in fact, order had already started as the devices hits the store this Friday, 20th of September.
In addition to the debut of the Watch Series 5, Apple announced it has permanently lowered the price of its Apple Watch 3, which launched in 2017, to $199 (£199, AU$319).
What seems to be the main focus of the new Apple Watch 5 is fitness features and other biometrics. Another thing we found interesting is the fact that the smartwatch will also feature an always-on display but would still deliver a whooping 18 hours battery life span just as the previous models. This might not really be an existing newbie but at least, it’s new to the Apple Smartwatch and that’s surely an upgrade.
How the smartwatch light turns on continuously when you use Apple’s native watch faces and Workout applications unlike how it dims whenever you turn your wrist away in the case of the older versions.
Other features include a native compass. During our brief time with it, we could get directional bearings quickly, and it seemed to perform fine in a crowded Steve Jobs Theater demo room. Compass complications show up in a few watch faces, too.
Another addition to the smartwatch is the ceramic and titanium build which makes the watch even better and sharper. The titanium case has a brushed-metal look that’s pretty different from the polished mirrored steel of the stainless models.
It’s obviously not looking different from what you already saw in the previous version meanwhile, most of the upgrades has to do with the build quality as well as the software or should I just say internal upgrades and better chassis rather than an entirely new design aesthetics altogether.