Along with the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR, the Cupertino based tech giant Apple has unveiled the Watch Series 4, and this year the company launches it with lots of improvements and new innovative features which includes the ECG testing feature. So, without wasting any time let’s dive into the article to check out the specification, pricing, and availability of the newly unveiled Apple device.
The all new Apple Watch Series 4 is coming the 30% larger screen as compared to its predecessor and has edge-to-edge curved screen. That said, it will be available in two sizess; 40 mm and 44 mm. It is powered by the next-generation S4 chip with a custom 64-bit dual-core processor, and it runs on new WatchOS 5 interface. Moreover, it also has a suite of motion faces, and that includes the Vapor, Liquid Metal, Fire and Water react uniquely with the curved edges of the case.
One of the highlight of the device, it has a new accelerometer and gyroscope which will detects the hard falls, and the device also has an electrical heart rate sensor and that will show the ECG (Electrocardiogram) with its new ECG app.
Having said that, the back of the Watch is made from black ceramic and sapphire crystal and that will allow the radio waves to easily pass through the front and back and it will give better cellular connectivity. That said, the speakers of the device are 50% louder and its optimized for various things like calls, Siri and Walkie-Talkie. Furthermore, the company has changed the position of the microphone and now it will reduce echo and offer better sound quality. It is worth to mention, the watch will be available in Gold Stainless Steel, Silver Stainless Steel, and Space Black Stainless Steel color variants.
Regarding the pricing and availability, the Apple Watch Series 4 GPS edition starts at $399 (approx. ₹28,754), and the GPS + Cellular variant’s price starts at $499 (approx. ₹35,960). And the device will be available from 14th September and the GPS variant of the device will be available in 26 countries and their GPS + cellular variant will be available in 16 countries. Having said that, India is not listed.