Apple has announced the Apple Watch SE, a successor to the three-year-old Apple Watch Series 3. The device starts at $279; cellular models start at $329. It’s available this Friday, but you can order it today.
The model shares some of the features of the new Apple Watch Series 6, including built-in accelerometer, gyroscope, and always-on altimeter, as well as sleep tracking and hand-washing detection. Cellular models can be used to make emergency calls, even internationally, with the Emergency SOS feature. The SE doesn’t seem to have an always-on display, which was a highlight of the Series 5.
The watch uses the S5 System in Package (SiP) and dual-core processor, which Apple says will allow for up to two times better performance than we…tech, The Verge