Apple releases ‘Watch Nike+ Series 4’

IANSUpdated: Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 05:43 AM IST
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San Francisco: Apple has released its “Watch Nike+ Series 4” across the US, Australia, parts of Asia and in other countries, keeping its availability limited at retail stores, the media reported. Priced between $399 and $499 in the US, the variants of “Watch Nike+” sport new features like a larger screen, thinner body, a ECG reader (currently US-only), fall detection and more. “The early pre-orders of the Watches are already being delivered to customers, with pick-ups available in stores in limited quantities,” MacRumors reported late on Friday.

“Apple Watch Nike+” sports four styles with band-variants in 40mm and 44mm sizes with cellular and Wi-Fi+GPS only model options. According to Apple, the device also sports a “Nike Sport Loop” band that is woven with special reflective thread designed to shimmer when light strikes it. It is not clear when “Apple Watch Nike+ Series 4” would hit the Indian market.

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