Best Apple Watch Series 7 pre-order deals
Apple Watch Series 7: Where should I buy one?
Thanks to Apple’s redesigned online store, customizing and ordering your Apple Watch Series 7 on the Apple Store should be easier than ever. Apple also allows you to easily pick your preferred case and band for a unique look that will look splendid on your wrist. Indeed, the customizability is the main reason one would order an Apple Watch 7 directly through Apple. Another major reason to consider pre-ordering your wearable is that certain watch bands, like the Solo Loop and the Braided Solo Loop ones, are only available through the Apple Store.
Aside from getting the Apple Watch straight from Apple, potential buyers would most certainly be able to purchase the new smartwatch on Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy. After all, these are some of the most popular retailers in the US, and selling the latest version of the most popular smartwatch is definitely each retailer will be striving for.
Apple Watch Series 7: When will it be available for pre-order?
Apple Watch Series 7: How much does it cost?
The Apple Watch Series 7 starts at $399 for the regular Wi-Fi version, but the pricing for the other versions is yet to be revealed by Apple. That’s similar to the Apple Watch 6 and 5 starting prices, which creates a nice synergy between the different generations, allowing potential buyers and fans of the Apple Watch line to expect what they’re going to spend on the Apple Watch each and every year.
If Apple keeps its pricing strategies in check (and there’s no reason to expect it not to), then the 41mm version of the Apple Watch Series 7 will start at $399, the 45mm version of the Apple Watch will probably go for $429, while the cellular Apple Watch Series 7 will likely cost $499. Of course, the special editions of the Apple Watch Series 7, such as the Apple Watch Edition, will definitely cost more. That’s just guesstimation on our part, but given Apple’s coherent pricing policies, this would likely be the case.
Apple Watch Series 7 deals on the Apple Store
There are a couple of official pre-order deals on the new Apple Watch already. It’s highly probably that these will rise in numbers as soon as the Apple Watch hits the shelves of all retailers that will be selling it, with the most popular ones being Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy.
The other official pre-order deal will net you credit towards the Apple Watch Series 7 as soon as you trade in an eligible device. Newer devices usually net you higher credit.
Apple Watch Series 7 deals on other retailers
So far, we haven’t seen any other lucrative pre-order deals on the Apple Watch Series 7 on any other retailers that will be selling it. As soon as the latest Apple Watch is available, though, this will most likely change.
Apple Watch Series 7 design and summary
When it comes to colors, the Apple Watch comes with five new colors for the aluminum version – Midnight, Starlight, Green, Blue, and (PRODUCT)RED. The stainless steel version of the Apple Watch will be available in Silver, Graphite, and Gold. There are a couple of new Apple Watch watchfaces as well, and those make use of the dramatically larger display to draw focus on this highlight of the Apple Watch.
Apple Watch Series 7: Should you buy the newest Apple Watch?
Should you buy the latest Apple Watch? As usual, with a new version of a wildly popular device, many will probably be asking themselves if they should splurge on the newest version. The Apple Watch 7 is undoubtedly a neat smartwatch in itself, but is it imperative for those using older Apple Watch versions like the Apple Watch 6 or 5 to upgrade? Probably not, especially if the dramatically larger screen size is not important.