How to Tell What Apple Watch You Have

Not sure apple watch you have? Here’s how you can tell which model you have, and what features are available.

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Introduction

Not all Apple Watches are created equal. In fact, there are different types of Apple Watches, each with its own set of features and price tag. The four types of Apple Watches are the Series 1, Series 2, Series 3, and Series 4.

apple watch Series 1 is the most affordable option, starting at $249 for the 38mm version and $279 for the 42mm version. The main difference between the Series 1 and the apple watch models is that the Series 1 doesn’t have built-in GPS and it has a slightly slower processor.

The Apple Watch Series 2 is the next step up from the Series 1, and it starts at $369 for the 38mm version and $399 for the 42mm version. The big difference between the Series 2 and the other Apple Watches is that it has built-in GPS. This means that you don’t need to carry your iPhone with you when you go for a run or ride your bike—the watch will track your route and distance all on its own.

The Apple Watch Series 3 is the next step up from the Series 2, and it starts at $329 for the 38mm GPS only version and $359 for the 42mm GPS only version. For an additional $100, you can get a cellular version of the watch, which allows you to make phone calls, send texts, and use data even when you’re not near your iPhone.

The newest addition to the lineup is the Apple Watch Series 4, which starts at $499 for the 40mm GPS only version and $529 for the 44mm GPS only version. The biggest difference between this watch and previous models is its size—the 40mm watch is 7% larger than its predecessor, while the 44mm watch is 32% larger. The other significant difference is that it has a more powerful processor and an updated design with slimmer bezels (the black border around the edge of the watch face).

Apple Watch Series 1

The Apple Watch Series 1 was released in 2016 alongside the second-generation Apple Watch. The two devices shared many features, but the Series 1 had an aluminum case and lacked built-in GPS. It was also powered by Apple’s S1 system-on-a-chip (SoC).

The Apple Watch Series 1 can be identified by its model number, which is printed on the back of the device. The model number for the 38mm version of the device is A1553, while the 42mm version is A1554.

If you have an Apple Watch Series 1, you can tell which model you have by looking at the back of the device. The 38mm model has a model number of A1553, while the 42mm model has a model number of A1554.

Apple Watch Series 2

The original Apple Watch is easily distinguished from the Series 2 by its lack of a built-in GPS and water resistance. The digital crown also has a red dot on the original, while the Series 2’s digital crown is completely red.

The first-generation Apple Watch Sport is available in silver or space gray anodized aluminum with a black or white fluoroelastomer band. The mid-tier Apple Watch (now simply called “Apple Watch”) comes in stainless steel with a leather, metal, or fluoroelastomer band. The high-end Edition model is available in rose gold, yellow gold, or space black stainless steel case with a leather or fluoroelastomer band. Apple also sells additional link bracelets and bands separately.

All models of the first-generation Apple Watch use the S1 processor and have either 8 GB or 16 GB of NAND flash storage. All models are splash-, water-, and dust-resistant but not waterproof; the Aluminum Sport model’s Ion-X glass display is more resistant to scratches than Sapphire crystal found on Stainless Steel, Ceramic, and Edition models while being more susceptible to shattering under heavy impacts than Sapphire.[57] Magnetic charging cables are used for power and data transfer.[58]

Apple Watch Nike+

The Watch Nike+ is promotionally available in a special space gray anodized aluminum with a black and volt green fluoroelastomer band Sport Band. This model includes built-in GPS, a heart rate sensor, and is water resistant to 50 meters. The display is protected by ion-x strengthened glass. It originally shipped with watchOS 3.

Apple Watch Hermès

If your Apple Watch has a leather strap with a metal buckle or stainless steel link bracelet, it’s an Apple Watch Hermès.

To find your watch’s model number and other information that can help you identify your watch, open the watch app on your iPhone:
-Tap the watch tab then tap General > About.
The model number is listed under Model.

Apple Watch Edition

When the first Apple Watch was released in 2015, there was only one model: the Apple Watch Edition. This was a high-end version of the watch that featured an 18-karat gold casing. The Edition model was discontinued after just one year, and Apple has not released a new Edition model since. If you have an Apple Watch with an 18-karat gold casing, it is likely an original Edition model from 2015.

Conclusion

In conclusion, there are several ways to tell what Apple Watch you have. You can check the model number on the back of the watch, use the Apple Support app, or look it up in the Settings app. If you’re still not sure, you can contact apple support for help.

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