Apple Watch SE 2 is now Available for Purchase for £259 in the UK. Apple has launched a new Apple Watch SE, which Apple says will bring many of the new features of the Series 8 (including Crash Detection) and a number of improvements compared to the previous generation. It is also 20% faster than the previous generation. Prices start at $249/£259 for the GPS and $299/£319 for cellular.
Alongside some subtle design changes, look out for some big performance gains and new software features, especially as it runs watchOS 9 out of the box. Impressively, both GPS-only and cellular models have also dropped in price in the US – though the range is more expensive in the UK.
The Apple Watch SE 2 is now available for you to purchase and it’s cheaper than some of its competition- OPPO Watch 3 or Galaxy Watch 5. The Apple Watch SE 2 supports GPS + Cellular, and it comes with an Apple S8 chipset.
Apple Watch SE 2 has a rectangular design or shape. It features a 1.57-inch (40mm) or 1.79-inch (44mm) Retina LTPO OLED touchscreen with a peak brightness of 1,000 nits. Color options are Midnight, Starlight, and Silver.
The Fitness smartwatch is multi-functional with support for High and low heart-rate notifications, Crash Detection, Fall Detection, Irregular rhythm notifications, Cycle tracks, SpO2, VO2max, Cardio fitness, and Emergency SOS.
APPLE WATCH SE (2022) SPECS:
Starting price in the UK: £259 (AU$399)
Sizes: 40mm, 44mm
Colors: Midnight, Starlight, Silver
Connectivity: Cellular (optional,) Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, U1, NFC, GPS
Waterproof: Up to 50 meters
Sensors: Heart rate
Battery life: 18 hours
How much does the new Apple Watch SE 2 (2022) cost in the UK?
Pricing for the new Apple Watch SE is roughly in line with the original. Here’s how much you can expect to pay:
- Apple Watch SE 2 (40mm, GPS) – from $249/£259
- Apple Watch SE 2 (40mm, GPS + Cellular) – from $299/£319
- Apple Watch SE 2 (44mm, GPS) – from $299/£319
- Apple Watch SE 2 (44mm, GPS + Cellular) – from $329/£349
For context, those starting prices are $30 cheaper than the original in the US, but £10/£20 more expensive in the UK.