Apple Series 6 Watch discontinued from official lineup after Series 7 launch

New Delhi: Tech giant Apple has now finally dropped the Series 6 Apple Watch from its official lineup, almost a month after the launch of its Series 7 smartwatch. On the official website you can see only Series 7 and SE smartwatches.

The Apple Series 7 smartwatch was announced at the launch event of the iPhone 13 series. According to a report in The Verge, customers who are planning to buy a brand new Apple Watch will now have only three options.

These three options include the Series 7, which starts at $399; The still-very-good SE, which was introduced last year and starts at USD 279; and the year-old Series 3, which starts at US$199.

However, an ANI report states that there are still some ways to get the Series 6 and considering how many features are shared between the Series 7 and Series 6, the previous generation model has to be considered. can be a good option. save some money.

For example, customers can visit Apple’s Refurbished Store, which has three different Series 6 models for sale right now, and Amazon is currently offering several refurbished Series 6 watches at reduced prices. Read also: Aadhar Card: All You Need To Know About E-Aadhaar

Meanwhile, Apple is also planning to launch the iPhone SE 3 which looks similar to the newly launched iPhone 13 series. However, the upcoming smartphone will offer 5G support and be powered by the latest A15 Bionic chipset, unlike the iPhone SE 2 which is powered by the A13 Bionic chipset. Read also: Apple may launch iPhone SE 3 with 5G support, A15 Bionic chipset, check other features

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