Here Are the Apple Watch Series 7 Prices
Apple's online store is down as of writing as the company prepares to open pre-orders for the Apple Watch Series 7, but unusually Apple still hasn't officially provided full pricing information for the new models.
Despite that, YouTuber and leaker Jon Prosser managed to find out pricing details for the new series and has published a full breakdown for each model and casing.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, prices are basically equivalent to Series 6 models. Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399 for the 41mm aluminum version, while the 45mm version costs $429. Stainless steel versions start at $699, and titanium versions begin at $799.
- Series 7 – 41mm Aluminum (GPS) $399
- Series 7 – 45mm Aluminum (GPS) $429
- Series 7 – 41mm Aluminum 41mm (GPS + Cellular) $499
- Series 7 – 45mm Aluminum (GPS + Cellular) $529
- Series 7 – 41mm Stainless Steel w/ Sport band (GPS + Cellular) $699
- Series 7 – 45mm Stainless Steel w/ Sport band (GPS + Cellular) $749
- Series 7 – 41mm Stainless Steel w/ Milanese Loop (GPS + Cellular) $749
- Series 7 – 45mm Stainless Steel w/ Milanese Loop (GPS + Cellular) $799
- Series 7 – 41mm Titanium (GPS + Cellular) $799
- Series 7 – 45mm Titanium (GPS + Cellular) $849
- Series 7 – 41mm Nike (GPS) $399
- Series 7 – 45mm Nike (GPS) $429
- Series 7 – 41mm Nike (GPS + Cellular) $499
- Series 7 – 45mm Nike (GPS + Cellular) $529
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