Apple has not only increased the costs of its iPhone smartphones but has also elevated the cost of its models for Apple Watch too. The elevation on an average in price is similar as that witnessed with the iPhone versions. The impacted devices are Apple Watch Series 3, Series 1, and the Nike+ Edition.
At the time of the launch of Series 3, the Apple Watch Series 1 had a price tag of Rs 21,900 in India. This has now been elevated with a label of Rs 23,950. This indicates a price increment of Rs 2,050. The latest edition, Series 3 GPS (38mm) variant will now bear a price label of Rs 32,380, which is more in comparison to the earlier price label of Rs 29,900. The 42mm version has a price label of Rs 34,410, up from the previous Rs 31,900. The new cost for the Nike+ Edition is the same as the new price labels of the Series 3 models of Apple Watch.
Speaking of the specs of Nike+ Edition, the latest smartwatch operates on WatchOS 4, which was launched at the WWDC conference of the company in June 2017. The specs of the Midnight Fog Watch Series 3 are similar to that of the previously rolled out edition. It just has updated Nike’s Run Club app and some fresh watch faces.
The new Apple Watch is fueled by a dual core processor with 70% extra performance than the earlier chipset. Apple also claimed that it has made its digital voice assistant faster on the watch than its precursor. The assistant can also respond to voice commands of user. Furled by the Apple W2 chip, the new Apple Watch comprises faster Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The smart watch also allows consumers stream more than 40 Millions songs by linking it with Apple Music station, Beats One radio, and other platforms.