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We love a good Apple Watch deal over here at TNW. Before today though, the best bargains were on the previous model, the Series 3. Well, not anymore. Amazon is slashing a solid $50 off the price of the Apple Watch Series 4, making the entry model a tasty $350.
This price range makes the newest smartwatch from Apple a far more enticing buy. There are plenty of people out there who love a good discount, but really want the newest version of a product. If that’s you, then this is your deal.
Basically, this reduction from Amazon makes the Apple Watch Series 4 the cheapest it has ever been. Hell, it costs less than it does on Apple’s own site.
So, what new features do you get with the Series 4? First off, Apple has increased its size. The previous model had 38mm or 42mm screen options, while the newest iterations come with 40m and 44mm displays – that means there’s shiny glory for your peepholes.
There are also improvements under the hood of the Apple Watch Series 4 – specifically, a new processor that’s up to twice as fast as the Series 3. But the most famous addition is the electrical heart sensor, or ECG. I’ve written before about my admiration for this heart-tracking feature, as it has literally saved lives across the globe. It’s a prime example of a piece of everyday tech doing something both innovative and positive. See, people, those two things can co-exist.
So, if you fancy getting yourself an Apple Watch Series 4, now’s the time. There are offers on two models, which are:
Make sure you act quick and grab this bargain before it’s too late. We can’t wait to see that gorgeous Apple Watch sparkling on your wrist.
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