Finally, Apple Watch has been officially released in Spring Forward Media Event on March 9 and Apple finally announced a date for its smartwatch: April 24th. But for some countries like Australia, China, Japan, France, you can have an experience of Apple Watch on April 10.
After its release, many people are focused on the price for Apple Watch. Although there have been many rumors about the price, the final wearable price seems to be higher. Apple’s smartwatch collection will range in price from $349 to $17,000, depending on the metals they are made from and the straps they are bought with.
Apple has finally spilled the beans on UK pricing. The 38mm Apple Watch Sport will be available from £299, while the larger 42mm model has been slapped with a larger £339 starting price.
The Apple ‘Watch’ will be available from £479, with prices going up to £949 depending on what casing and band combination you opt for. For example, a 38mm Apple Watch with a Black Classic Buckle strap will set you back £559, while the 42mm model will be £50 more expensive. The following are the details:
Apple Watch comes in three models: the Sport, the Apple Watch, and the Apple Watch Edition. The sport is the cheapest, starting at $349 for the 38 mm and $399 for the 42mm. Cases are made from anodized aluminum. The Apple Watch is stainless steel, starting at $549 for the 38mm and $599 for the 42mm, but going as high as $1,099 depending on the band. Finally, the Apple Watch Edition, the 18-karat gold version, starts at a whopping $10,000.