Titanium Apple Watch Series 6 Models Now Entirely Unavailable

The Apple Watch Edition with titanium for the Series 6 is currently entirely unavailable for purchase on Apple's online store, following some models being unavailable for delivery or pick-up earlier this month.

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On August 1, select models of the Series 6 Edition with titanium were unavailable for delivery and/or pick-up. Now, all titanium models are unavailable for delivery or pick-up and can't even be added to Apple's online store bag.

The unavailability comes just weeks ahead of when we expect Apple to announce the Apple Watch Series 7 with a new design. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has speculated that the spotty lack of availability for the Apple Watch Edition earlier this month could entail Apple deciding to discontinue the higher-end lineup with the Series 7.

We've contacted Apple for comment and will let MacRumors' readers know if we hear back.

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Top Rated Comments

Rychiar Avatar
35 months ago
I dunno why anyone buys a premium finish on such a throwaway device. guess there's just money to burn out there.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mashinhead Avatar
35 months ago
OMG what are we going to do!?....Wait, everything about my life is exactly the same with or without it's existence. Weird.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
FightTheFuture Avatar
35 months ago

I dunno why anyone buys a premium finish on such a throwaway device. guess there's just money to burn out there.
Throwaway? People are still rocking Series 3s.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TopToffee Avatar
35 months ago

I dunno why anyone buys a premium finish on such a throwaway device. guess there's just money to burn out there.
Yes there is.
Mostly from people who consider a £380-£510 purchase a "throwaway device"
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TopToffee Avatar
35 months ago

Throwaway? People are still rocking Series 3s.
Replaced my Series 0 with a Series 6 Titanium a couple of months ago.

Not bad for a throwaway device.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TTTedP Avatar
35 months ago
"Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has speculated that the spotty lack of availability for the Apple Watch Edition earlier this month could entail Apple deciding to discontinue the higher-end lineup with the Series 7"

Why does this guy get air? Its pretty obvious they are winding down production because a new case shape is coming out. It's temporary Gurman you twit. Stop with the FUD.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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