[Le Deal du Jour] The new Apple Watch Series 7 will be available for pre-order from 2pm tomorrow, so some resellers don’t hesitate to lower the price of the Series 6. This is the case today on Rakuten which offers the connected watch at 318 euros instead of 429 euros – for the GPS model in 40 mm.
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Apple will launch pre-orders for its new connected watch this Friday, October 8, 2021 from 2 p.m. This model notably brings a larger screen with curved edges and 33% more efficient fast charging, but the same health and sports features as the Apple Watch Series 6. It is therefore legitimate to wonder if it is really worth it. to spend the new generation at a high price while the old one is on sale.
Instead of 429 euros at its launch, the Apple Watch Series 6 (GPS, 40 mm) is now available in promotion at 318 euros on Rakuten.
To better understand the offer
- What are the specifications of the Apple Watch Series 6?
While the Series 7 changes its design, the Apple Watch Series 6 takes over the aesthetic features introduced by the Series 4 and 5, with the same rectangular format, but with thinner edges and a larger screen. The OLED screen still has the handy Always-On Display feature that lets you keep the screen on at all times.
The Apple watch is powered by the Apple S6 SoC, which allows it to offer an ever more fluid user experience on a daily basis. It is also possible to install applications directly from the watch. There is also a whole bunch of sensors to monitor sports activity and many health-related parameters, including the presence of an ECG and a blood oxygen level sensor.
- Who is an Apple Watch for?
Like all Apple Watches, the Series 6 only works with an iPhone. To go into more detail, the connected watch from the Cupertino company is compatible with devices running iOS 15, therefore from the iPhone 6S and up to 13 Pro Max. It now runs on WatchOS 8 with all the new features that this implies.
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