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  • Large Retina OLED display
  • Up to 2x faster processor than Series 3
  • Track your daily activity on Apple Watch and see your trends in the Fitness app on iPhone
  • Measure workouts like running, walking, cycling, yoga, swimming, and dance
  • Swimproof design
  • High and low heart rate notifications and irregular heart rhythm notification
  • Sync your favorite music, podcasts, and audiobooks
  • Pay instantly and securely from your wrist with Apple Pay
  • Built-in compass and real-time elevation readings

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Apple Watch SE has been created with the same design and large display as Apple Watch Series 6. Housing an S5 dual-core processor and offering health notifications, fitness tracking and the ability to sync your tunes, Apple Watch SE is ready to help keep you fit and to have fun too.

Workout detection
Apple Watch SE can tell when you’ve started a workout and its Activity rings will show all the ways you’ve moved throughout the day. Handily, you only need to raise your wrist to see metrics like distance, pace, laps, heart rate, cadence and calories burned.

Sleep well
Set and achieve your personal sleep goals with the new Sleep app – it’s been designed to help you establish a regular bedtime routine and keep track of your sleep trends night after night.

Dive in
The Apple Watch SE is water resistant to 50 metres, so there’s no need to remove it when you’re swimming.

Tap and pay
Just hold the Apple Watch SE to the checkout reader to make payments via your credit or debit card. No matter how you use it, Apple Pay keeps your financial information completely private and secure.

Great GPS
Built-in GPS measures your workout accurately, so whether you're going for a swim, run or a ride, you can leave your iPhone at home. Distance, speed and pace are all precisely recorded for you, ready for when you get back home to review your route on your iPhone.


What’s the difference between Bluetooth and cellular?


Bluetooth connectivity
Some smart watches with Bluetooth can let you send and receive text messages, answer telephone calls and receive notifications when it’s connected to your (compatible) phone via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

Bluetooth + cellular
Smart watches with built-in cellular offer the freedom to send and receive text messages, answer phone calls and even receive notifications when you don’t have your phone with you.

Cellular carrier support
Connecting your cellular enabled smart watch to a cellular network requires the same carrier as your (compatible) phone.


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Top comments
Not a bad price however the John Lewis deal brings it to £249 and you get the 2 year warranty
kitenski06/10/2020 19:39

GPS can’t take calls and reply to texts from your wrist!!


I think you mean "it can take calls and reply to texts"
kitenski06/10/2020 20:20

Sorry perhaps being a bit pedantic but didn't want new users to be …Sorry perhaps being a bit pedantic but didn't want new users to be confused.GPS stands for Global Positioning System and has nothing to do with taking or receiving calls or texts!This SE like all Apple Watches can indeed send and receive calls and texts when paired to an iPhone and/or connected to wifi in some cases but NOT "stand alone" like the cellular models, is what I was trying to say, albeit badly! I believe that this isn't the cellular version.


For a lot of people cellular really doesn't make sense because the said iPhone is sitting paired in the pocket 95% of the time. Plus there is an additional £5 - £7 cost every month which adds up to 20 - 25% of the watch cost in just a year (based on the SE).

Heat added by the way
Edited by: "iEimis" 6th Oct
kitenski06/10/2020 19:39

GPS can’t take calls and reply to texts from your wrist!!


It can when paired to your phone.

If you want less people disagreeing I’d suggest rephrasing to:
The GPS-only model can’t make calls and text sends independently of your phone. Whereas the cellular does not need to be paired to a phone.
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Deals on the new apple watch already.... Heat incoming!
Heat! I need some deals on 5. I want AOD
GPS can’t take calls and reply to texts from your wrist!!
kitenski06/10/2020 19:39

GPS can’t take calls and reply to texts from your wrist!!


I think you mean "it can take calls and reply to texts"
Not a bad price however the John Lewis deal brings it to £249 and you get the 2 year warranty
JayFone06/10/2020 19:41

Not a bad price however the John Lewis deal brings it to £249 and you get …Not a bad price however the John Lewis deal brings it to £249 and you get the 2 year warranty


I think I'd get lynched if I posted another one of those deals, so it is what it is

Edit: code now expired sadly
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 7th Oct
MrSwitch06/10/2020 19:41

I think I'd get lynched if I posted another one of those deals, so it is … I think I'd get lynched if I posted another one of those deals, so it is what it is


Haha!! I think you might be right pal. Still a great deal. Heat added
JayFone06/10/2020 19:42

Haha!! I think you might be right pal. Still a great deal. Heat added


Cheers mate
ronak4706/10/2020 19:40

I think you mean "it can take calls and reply to texts"


Nope!
kitenski06/10/2020 19:51

Nope!


Unless I’m misunderstanding what you’re saying you stand corrected.

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ronak4706/10/2020 19:55

Unless I’m misunderstanding what you’re saying you stand corrected.[Image] …Unless I’m misunderstanding what you’re saying you stand corrected.[Image] [Image] [Image]


Sorry perhaps being a bit pedantic but didn't want new users to be confused.

GPS stands for Global Positioning System and has nothing to do with taking or receiving calls or texts!

This SE like all Apple Watches can indeed send and receive calls and texts when paired to an iPhone and/or connected to wifi in some cases but NOT "stand alone" like the cellular models, is what I was trying to say, albeit badly! I believe that this isn't the cellular version.
kitenski06/10/2020 20:20

Sorry perhaps being a bit pedantic but didn't want new users to be …Sorry perhaps being a bit pedantic but didn't want new users to be confused.GPS stands for Global Positioning System and has nothing to do with taking or receiving calls or texts!This SE like all Apple Watches can indeed send and receive calls and texts when paired to an iPhone and/or connected to wifi in some cases but NOT "stand alone" like the cellular models, is what I was trying to say, albeit badly! I believe that this isn't the cellular version.


For a lot of people cellular really doesn't make sense because the said iPhone is sitting paired in the pocket 95% of the time. Plus there is an additional £5 - £7 cost every month which adds up to 20 - 25% of the watch cost in just a year (based on the SE).

Heat added by the way
Edited by: "iEimis" 6th Oct
kitenski06/10/2020 19:39

GPS can’t take calls and reply to texts from your wrist!!


It can when paired to your phone.

If you want less people disagreeing I’d suggest rephrasing to:
The GPS-only model can’t make calls and text sends independently of your phone. Whereas the cellular does not need to be paired to a phone.
ronak4706/10/2020 19:55

Unless I’m misunderstanding what you’re saying you stand corrected.[Image] …Unless I’m misunderstanding what you’re saying you stand corrected.[Image] [Image] [Image]


Turn on Bluetooth and it should my 5 yrs ols iwatch 2 can text and take calls.
kitenski06/10/2020 20:20

Sorry perhaps being a bit pedantic but didn't want new users to be …Sorry perhaps being a bit pedantic but didn't want new users to be confused.GPS stands for Global Positioning System and has nothing to do with taking or receiving calls or texts!This SE like all Apple Watches can indeed send and receive calls and texts when paired to an iPhone and/or connected to wifi in some cases but NOT "stand alone" like the cellular models, is what I was trying to say, albeit badly! I believe that this isn't the cellular version.


In all fairness you didn’t say ‘can’t take calls or reply to texts if not connected to phone’

Need to be clear
Who the hell buys an Apple Watch without having an iPhone. Seems like a weird combo to me...
Code only works on 44m model

Any recommendations on which size to get ?
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AO are great for discount codes on the website, if you Forget to process the order, got the series 6 44mm cellular for £432
Beany9607/10/2020 23:37

[Image] AO are great for discount codes on the website, if you Forget to …[Image] AO are great for discount codes on the website, if you Forget to process the order, got the series 6 44mm cellular for £432


How
JamesBrown-2b3d5.9136607/10/2020 23:50

How


I went all the way to pay for the watch and left it , an hour later got an email with 15% off code if I purchase it in 48 hours, also if you call the AO sales team they normally allow you to have a discount as well
Why did it take THIS long for them to add phoneness calling?

5 years ago I thought I'll just wait it out until I can replace my phone with a wearable phone. Maybe with in-built ear buds that slot into the sides on the smartwatch/smartbracelet/whatever; and a screen 2-4x bigger than the current apple watch. Either foldable/stretchable/rollable or simply extending up the forearm, wrapping around slightly to the curve of the forearm.

Ideally, most/all of the processing could even be placed at the wrist end, or even anywhere else on the body where weight and size aren't as much of an issue (wirelessly transmitting data between them, initially..) . with the device being small like the apple watch by default, but when you want to actually do something it rolls out into the forearm.

Alternatively, the display could be facing the underside of the wrist with chipset & battery on top. The display could extend into the palm. That would be SOOOO comfortable compared to holding a phone with your fingers. You could even do basic functions with the fingers of the hand that has the watch equipped. And there's no reason you couldn't just detach the screen for both hand use.

Apple BETTER be doing this.. or else..
The_08/10/2020 01:13

Why did it take THIS long for them to add phoneness calling? 5 years ago I …Why did it take THIS long for them to add phoneness calling? 5 years ago I thought I'll just wait it out until I can replace my phone with a wearable phone. Maybe with in-built ear buds that slot into the sides on the smartwatch/smartbracelet/whatever; and a screen 2-4x bigger than the current apple watch. Either foldable/stretchable/rollable or simply extending up the forearm, wrapping around slightly to the curve of the forearm. Ideally, most/all of the processing could even be placed at the wrist end, or even anywhere else on the body where weight and size aren't as much of an issue (wirelessly transmitting data between them, initially..) . with the device being small like the apple watch by default, but when you want to actually do something it rolls out into the forearm. Alternatively, the display could be facing the underside of the wrist with chipset & battery on top. The display could extend into the palm. That would be SOOOO comfortable compared to holding a phone with your fingers. You could even do basic functions with the fingers of the hand that has the watch equipped. And there's no reason you couldn't just detach the screen for both hand use. Apple BETTER be doing this.. or else..


What are you on about?
send this message to Apple developers, they would love your input.
Apple Watch 6: GPS or GPS Cellular? Which ones best?
The_08/10/2020 01:13

Why did it take THIS long for them to add phoneness calling? 5 years ago I …Why did it take THIS long for them to add phoneness calling? 5 years ago I thought I'll just wait it out until I can replace my phone with a wearable phone. Maybe with in-built ear buds that slot into the sides on the smartwatch/smartbracelet/whatever; and a screen 2-4x bigger than the current apple watch. Either foldable/stretchable/rollable or simply extending up the forearm, wrapping around slightly to the curve of the forearm. Ideally, most/all of the processing could even be placed at the wrist end, or even anywhere else on the body where weight and size aren't as much of an issue (wirelessly transmitting data between them, initially..) . with the device being small like the apple watch by default, but when you want to actually do something it rolls out into the forearm. Alternatively, the display could be facing the underside of the wrist with chipset & battery on top. The display could extend into the palm. That would be SOOOO comfortable compared to holding a phone with your fingers. You could even do basic functions with the fingers of the hand that has the watch equipped. And there's no reason you couldn't just detach the screen for both hand use. Apple BETTER be doing this.. or else..


What are you on about?
j33aay08/10/2020 07:02

Apple Watch 6: GPS or GPS Cellular? Which ones best?


Cellular is better, obviously, because it has a feature that the other doesn’t, it’s up to you if it’s worth the expense.
The_08/10/2020 01:13

Why did it take THIS long for them to add phoneness calling? 5 years ago I …Why did it take THIS long for them to add phoneness calling? 5 years ago I thought I'll just wait it out until I can replace my phone with a wearable phone. Maybe with in-built ear buds that slot into the sides on the smartwatch/smartbracelet/whatever; and a screen 2-4x bigger than the current apple watch. Either foldable/stretchable/rollable or simply extending up the forearm, wrapping around slightly to the curve of the forearm. Ideally, most/all of the processing could even be placed at the wrist end, or even anywhere else on the body where weight and size aren't as much of an issue (wirelessly transmitting data between them, initially..) . with the device being small like the apple watch by default, but when you want to actually do something it rolls out into the forearm. Alternatively, the display could be facing the underside of the wrist with chipset & battery on top. The display could extend into the palm. That would be SOOOO comfortable compared to holding a phone with your fingers. You could even do basic functions with the fingers of the hand that has the watch equipped. And there's no reason you couldn't just detach the screen for both hand use. Apple BETTER be doing this.. or else..


It didn’t take them THIS long - cellular Apple Watches which can call and text independently of an iPhone have been available for the last four Apple Watch generations since the series 3 was released in 2017.
Beany9608/10/2020 00:03

I went all the way to pay for the watch and left it , an hour later got an …I went all the way to pay for the watch and left it , an hour later got an email with 15% off code if I purchase it in 48 hours, also if you call the AO sales team they normally allow you to have a discount as well


What do you do? Just say something like I’m just about to order it but I’m in two minds, are there any additional sweeteners you can offer to sway me?
Been using the Cellular for the last 2 or 3 years. Fiver a month to EE. I can honestly say it is NEVER used, so the only benefit I get is I can rob the data allowance from the virtual sim on the watch and move it to mine of my wife's account. If you go running etc, then it is handy or going to the pub, where you don't need to risk bringing or losing the phone, but everyone you know needs to know you have a second phone number, or you'll be mucking about with diverts etc every time. Limited use I would say, but for some it would,I suppose, come in handy. As OP says above, if you factor in the cost of the watch to start off with , or the extra over, then the monthly fee, it becomes expensive really...
Code doesn’t work for me
Would rather have the ability to pick my own loop/band on the Apple website for £13 more instead of being straddled with the old school Sport Band.
Cellular only worth the extra cost if you’re likely to be away from your phone for any reason.
Apart from the Blood Oxygen Monitor what else are the main differences between this and the series 6?
YouMuppet08/10/2020 11:26

Apart from the Blood Oxygen Monitor what else are the main differences …Apart from the Blood Oxygen Monitor what else are the main differences between this and the series 6?


It’s not always on, it comes on when you move your arm.
Right I dont understand apple so heres a good place to ask

Got to buy my daughter and her mum apple watches for school and I've been looking and trying to work it out but Im dumb :D. So is the cellular thing needed that much or is the GPS one ok? They both have SE phones so do they have to get the SE watches? Will the SE watches work with the older SE phones? dont know how old they are but just seen theres new SE phone out so obviously theirs are old. If you get the cellular ones do you have to have 2 numbers (1 for watch and 1 for phone) or do they link to the 1 number.

Thanks
BlackJax08/10/2020 13:45

Right I dont understand apple so heres a good place to ask Got to buy …Right I dont understand apple so heres a good place to ask Got to buy my daughter and her mum apple watches for school and I've been looking and trying to work it out but Im dumb :D. So is the cellular thing needed that much or is the GPS one ok? They both have SE phones so do they have to get the SE watches? Will the SE watches work with the older SE phones? dont know how old they are but just seen theres new SE phone out so obviously theirs are old. If you get the cellular ones do you have to have 2 numbers (1 for watch and 1 for phone) or do they link to the 1 number.Thanks


I’ll help with the stuff I can answer confidently.
Cellular is so you can make calls without being paired to a phone. Networks charged £5-10 for this privilege. I believe the watch would have its own number. You may be able to share the same number, and/or set up call forwarding or something. iMessage should work for either/both numbers if you’re messaging on iPhone.

I’m unsure on the compatibility with the 2016 SE phone, sorry.
aidan.conway08/10/2020 08:23

Been using the Cellular for the last 2 or 3 years. Fiver a month to EE. I …Been using the Cellular for the last 2 or 3 years. Fiver a month to EE. I can honestly say it is NEVER used, so the only benefit I get is I can rob the data allowance from the virtual sim on the watch and move it to mine of my wife's account. If you go running etc, then it is handy or going to the pub, where you don't need to risk bringing or losing the phone, but everyone you know needs to know you have a second phone number, or you'll be mucking about with diverts etc every time. Limited use I would say, but for some it would,I suppose, come in handy. As OP says above, if you factor in the cost of the watch to start off with , or the extra over, then the monthly fee, it becomes expensive really...


I take it you went for the standalone line option? As by default most share the same number from the iPhone. However you can get the watch it's own number but for me that sounds pointless/weird? Trying to manage 2 numbers i think i prefer them both synced to be honest. unless like you mention it's good for the data. I only ordered from EE to impove my overall fitness with morning/evening runs and leave my iPhone at home - now to see if i stick to the fitness plan or not haha.
BlackJax08/10/2020 13:45

Right I dont understand apple so heres a good place to ask Got to buy …Right I dont understand apple so heres a good place to ask Got to buy my daughter and her mum apple watches for school and I've been looking and trying to work it out but Im dumb :D. So is the cellular thing needed that much or is the GPS one ok? They both have SE phones so do they have to get the SE watches? Will the SE watches work with the older SE phones? dont know how old they are but just seen theres new SE phone out so obviously theirs are old. If you get the cellular ones do you have to have 2 numbers (1 for watch and 1 for phone) or do they link to the 1 number.Thanks



To use your Apple Watch Series 6, you need to pair your Apple Watch with an iPhone 6s (September 25, 2015) or later with iOS 14 or later. The iPhone SE (1st) March 2016 is above the minimum requirements to effectively run the newest Apple Watch 6 and the Apple Watch SE*.

You don't need to have an SE watch for SE you can get the S6 but for daughter i'll probably get the SE model watch regardless due to cost unless she's a grown up and needs an S6 lol.

SE watch is GPS and Cellular, if they carry iPhone SE with them most of the time the GPS model will be perfect. However, if they sometimes like to leave the iPhone SE at home (or go running for example) the Cellular might benefit them more - but remember this is an extra £7 a month for 10GB data (30 day rolling).

With a cellular watch you can choose if the Watch shares the same number as the iPhone (SE) - or if it get's its own number (for this i think you need to get it from a network - not 100% sure). Personally, i'd always go with share with my iPhone so texts and calls are synced and not have to manage 2 numbers - it's the same price if you share or get the Watch it's own number.

Your iPhone and Apple Watch must use the same network provider, and you must be within your provider’s network when you set up cellular on your watch. Although An Apple Watch that you set up for a family member can use a different network provider than your iPhone uses.

The Cellular watch uses an eSIM (digital) which is delivered locally via the Watch App. It's not something you order or need to insert into the Watch.

You can save some extra money getting them the 40mm model not 44mm model but the 44mm features a slightly better battery life. You can also do family plan watch but both will need to be Cellular models as it's not supported on GPS. However, this is more for when you've an iPhone and your daughter and her mum doesn't so Family is probably not for you as they both have iPhone SEs.

* Source: en.wikipedia.org/wik…one.
Edited by: "FlexR" 8th Oct
Cheers mate thanks for info

I'd imagine daughter will always have phone close shes 13 its never out of her hand apart from at school which is why she needs a watch its easier to sneak contact me if she needs to my ex leaves her phone in bag and sometimes is working between different class rooms but cant imagine would be that far away from phone. Was gonna get the 40mm ones as they are both petite so would probs look and fit better. Which is also why they have the SE phones as they are tiny and fit hands better . yeah looked at the series 6 and could only see a few features extra to the SE which they dont really need like fitness things.
BlackJax08/10/2020 14:29

Cheers mate thanks for infoI'd imagine daughter will always have phone …Cheers mate thanks for infoI'd imagine daughter will always have phone close shes 13 its never out of her hand apart from at school which is why she needs a watch its easier to sneak contact me if she needs to my ex leaves her phone in bag and sometimes is working between different class rooms but cant imagine would be that far away from phone. Was gonna get the 40mm ones as they are both petite so would probs look and fit better. Which is also why they have the SE phones as they are tiny and fit hands better . yeah looked at the series 6 and could only see a few features extra to the SE which they dont really need like fitness things.


Based on that buddy I'd suggest the GPS SE 40mm for the daughter. Like many these days the phone is glued to the hand or at least within reach (me included lol) and throw in some £20 full case to protect it during school/outside. The GPS works approximately 330 feet (100 meters) – more or less based on Apple and reviews.

The Series 6 seems overkill for a 13 year old (imo). Might benefit the ex more but i'd also get her the SE model as unless she cares about Blood oxygen or ECG it's probably pointless for her as well.

The SE display isn't as good but likely never notice unless they've broken an S6 model and switch to SE apart from that they're the same pretty much - apple.com/uk/…are.

If you can subject to time and COIVD-19 try and visit an Apple Store. They normally allow you to try both devices on and get a fit/feel for the size and weight of 40mm/44mm and can explain more in-depth with regards to SE or the Full S6. - Not sure if Apple is allowing device trying on with COIVD so might have to check before you visit though.
Edited by: "FlexR" 8th Oct
Beany9608/10/2020 00:03

I went all the way to pay for the watch and left it , an hour later got an …I went all the way to pay for the watch and left it , an hour later got an email with 15% off code if I purchase it in 48 hours, also if you call the AO sales team they normally allow you to have a discount as well


Can confirm this has just worked for me
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