Apple Watch Series 5 comes with Always-On Retina display starts at $399
On Tuesday, Apple announces its Watch Series 5 with Always-On Retina display, and built-in compass feature. The Apple Watch Series 5 is the company’s latest Smartwatch with its all-new titanium design.
Well, it is no longer news that Apple Watch Series 5 is just another iteration of other distinctive watches around the world. Featuring magnificent specifications and features.
Seeing the new Watch Series 5 in all-new titanium case material is quite admirable, especially the natural titanium and space black titanium variants.
Aside from that, you can also find the Watch Series 5 in stainless steel case in gold, silver and space black. Meanwhile, the aluminum case in silver, gold and space gray is made from 7000 series aluminum.
If you think you know it all, then watch out the Watch Series 5 in a white ceramic case along with a new sport loop and a wide range of great new band colors.
One of the most amazing feature on Watch Series 5 is its Always-On Retina display, along with a built-in compass. Enabling the Always-On Retina display is somehow tricky.
The display is always on but when not actively in use, the watch faces get dimmed. Don’t worry, the new Apple’s Watch Series 5 new display doesn’t wastes your battery.
Thankfully, the Always-On display is enabled, all thanks to the new and industry-first LTPO Retina display and other features like ambient light sensor, ICs and fancy power management.
Other incredible feature is the cellular version with international emergency calling and more. It runs on watchOS 6 and the in-built battery on this watch claims to deliver 18-hour battery life.
For the pricing and availability, the Watch Series 5 (GPS) will starts at $399 and Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS + Cellular) starts at $499.
If you are interested, you can quickly pre-order any of the models from apple.com and will be available in stores starting September 20.