- The company has launched watch 5 series as well
- Apple Watch Series 5 comes with Always-On Retina display and 18 hour battery life
Tech giant Apple is currently retailing its Series 3 smart watch at Rs 20,900. Last month, it has launched the Apple Watch Series 5. Apple will sell the Watch Series 5 (GPS) at a starting price of Rs 40,990 and Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS + Cellular) at Rs 49,900.
Apple says that the new watch comes with a built-in compassion to current elevation that will help users better navigate their day. The watch also comes with international emergency calling which will help users to call emergency services directly from Apple Watch in over 150 countries without having an iPhone nearby.
Features like cycle tracking
Apple says that the new watch comes with new features like cycle tracking, noise app and activity trends. A new feature added to the watch is the new display that allows the time and important information to remain visible all the time.
Apple says, “The screen intelligently dims when a user’s wrist is down and returns to full brightness with a raise or a tap. Several advanced technologies work together to deliver this new feature, including the industry’s only low-temperature polysilicon and oxide display (LTPO), ultra-low power display driver, efficient power management integrated circuit and new ambient light sensor.”
Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer, “We’ve seen Apple Watch have a meaningful impact on our customers’ lives and we’re excited to deliver even more capabilities with Apple Watch Series 5 and watchOS 6. The seamless integration of new hardware and software delivers an enhanced experience that makes it even easier to stay active and connected to the people and information users care about.”
Watch comes with 18-hour battery life
The watch comes with all-day 18-hour battery life claims Apple. The noise app on the watch helps users to understand the ambient sound levels in areas like concerts and sporting events. The Activity trends gives a long-term view of their activity patterns to help users understand their progress according to Apple.