Price of the Apple Watch Series 7 models reaches a new low of $329


The Apple Watch Series 7 has received one of the finest Memorial Day discounts we’ve ever seen. Several variations of Apple’s flagship wristwatch are currently on sale for $329, a reduction of $70 from their previous low. 41mm and 45mm GPS watches are included in the price reduction, although the larger ones are now $359 instead of $499.

Series 7 is merely a small upgrade from the previous generation, but Apple has made a number of significant enhancements. It is important to note that the Series 7 has a larger screen, making it easier to view the clock and other notifications. There is no change in design, but it is IP6X dust-resistant, making it more durable than the previous iterations of the Apple Watch. We were able to charge the Watch to 10 percent capacity in only 10 minutes, and it was fully charged in less than an hour.

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Other than that, Series 7 is a continuation of Series 6. In addition to GPS, ECG, and blood oxygen sensors, fall detection, and support for dozens of trackable exercises, it also boasts an always-on display. The greatest issue we have with the new model is its poor sleep monitoring capabilities. You can simply measure how long you slept using the native watchOS feature, which is far less information than you would receive if you used a Fitbit or a Garmin device to perform the same thing. But if that’s not a big deal to you, the Apple Watch is the best option for iPhone owners who want a wearable.

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