Like clockwork, a new Apple Watch was announced, but not just one this time. At the recent “Far Out” event, Apple finally unveiled details of its new iPhone 14 lineup, along with the Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch Ultra and the new Apple Watch SE. Apple has never released so many watches at once, and now has three different prices all at once. So deciding between them can be a little tricky, but when can you get yours once you’ve finally made your choice?
The Apple Watch Series 8 and second-generation Watch SE are set to launch on September 16th, while the Watch Ultra will launch on September 23rd and will be available for pre-order starting today. So far we’ve had very little hands-on time with them, but we’ll have more impressions and coverage soon. Here is: This allows you to land on the day you arrive.
How to pre-order Apple Watch Series 8
The Series line has now been carried over to the Apple Watch Series 8. This wearable inherits the same formula as the previous flagship model, but features a temperature sensor, crash detection, low power mode, extended period and ovulation tracking.
Like its predecessor, the 41mm model starts at $399 with GPS and $499 with cellular connectivity. If you prefer the larger 45mm model, it’s available with GPS for $429 and cellular connectivity for $529. Each model is available for pre-order at Apple starting today and should arrive on September 16th.
How to reserve an Apple Watch Ultra
It’s always been safe to call a model in the Apple Watch series flagship, but now there’s a specialized model that definitely deserves that title. At 49 mm, with customizable action buttons and a built-in dive computer, it will appeal to a more hardcore audience who likes being active outdoors. It also comes with a hefty price tag of $799.
If you’re the active type or just a weekender who wants the best, you can now pre-order the Apple Watch Ultra directly from Apple. It’s set to ship a little later than other newer models, with an estimated arrival date of September 23rd.
How to pre-order the Apple Watch SE (2022)
Last but not least, the new Apple Watch SE for 2022. This is the latest entry-level Apple Watch to replace the previous SE, inheriting crash detection and the S8 CPU from the Apple Watch Series 8. The model, the 2nd Gen SE, sacrifices features like an always-on display.
If you don’t want or care about getting all the latest features, but want a new watch for yourself or someone in your family, the SE starts at $249, which is the price of the 40mm GPS model. You can buy it. The larger 44mm GPS-enabled Apple Watch SE costs $279, while the cellular configuration (essential if you’re planning on using Apple’s Family Setup feature for kids) costs $299 for the 40mm configuration, $329 in 44mm configuration. All configurations are available for pre-order from Apple starting today and are expected to ship on September 16th.