The Apple Watch Series 6 is part of Apple’s latest generation of smartwatches, featuring an always-on display, the S6 chip, an always-on altimeter, and blood oxygen monitoring, at a price of $399.
Announced in September of 2020, the Apple Watch Series 6 is one of the newest Apple Watches in Apple’s lineup, but it is approaching the middle of its product cycle.
What can the Apple Watch Series 6 do? The Apple Watch Series 6 offers a number of other health and fitness features including sleep tracking, automatic hand-washing detection, new workout types, and an overall focus on customers’ well-being.
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The device also has the S6 chip that guarantees a 20 percent faster performance. always on has also been improved the smartwatch is compatible with some android devices.
The Apple Watch Series 6 is identical in design to the Series 5, but there are some notable health-related features along with a faster chip for better performance.
Is the Apple Watch Series 6 discontinued? The Series 6 has been discontinued and it is not listed on the company’s official site. The Apple Watch Series 6 was launched last year and the Apple Watch Series 7 will be the replacement for the older version.
Does Apple Watch Series 6 track stress? Your Apple Watch tracks multiple heart data during the day when you just wear your Apple Watch. Stress Monitor App is designed especially for Apple Watch users. The App processes your heart data and shows you current stress and capacity to perform at your mental, emotional, and physical best.
Below we highlight some of the key features, specs, and prices of the Apple Watch Series 6:
|Price in Nigeria||240,000 Naira|
|Build||Glass front (Sapphire crystal)|
ceramic/sapphire crystal back
stainless steel frame
|Display||1.78 inches Retina LTPO OLED|
|Memory||32GB – 1GB RAM|
|OS||watchOS 7.0, upgradable to 7.3|
|Colors||Silver, Graphite, and Gold|
Apple Watch Series 6
There’s a new sensor in the Apple Watch Series 6 that enables Blood Oxygen monitoring that measures oxygen saturation in the blood for a better understanding of fitness and wellness.
The Apple Watch Series 6 continues to be available in 40 and 44mm size options, and it has the same thinner, smaller case introduced in Series 4 along with the low power (LTPO) OLED Always-On display introduced in the Series 5.
Apple is continuing to sell Apple Watch Nike and Apple Watch Hermès models, with both featuring new band options. Nike models are available only in aluminum, while Hermès models come in stainless steel.
The Apple Watch Series 6 measures 10.4mm thick and it continues to feature a square-shaped design. Apple’s 40mm models measure in at 40mm high and 34mm wide, while the 44mm models are 44mm high and 38mm wide.
There’s a faster dual-core S6 System in Package (SiP) in the Apple Watch Series 6, which is based on the A13 Bionic processor used in the iPhone 11.
The Apple Watch 6 display uses OLED technology, and it’s a fine-looking screen as a result. That features an always-on display and dims at night when tracking sleep.
According to Apple, the Apple Watch Series 6 offers all-day battery life up to 18 hours. The new Apple Watches charge faster than ever, which is useful for features like the Sleep Tracking that was introduced in watchOS 7.
It features wireless fast charging and the S6 internal chipset makes activities more efficient.
Apple Watch Series 6 price in Nigeria
For the Apple Watch 6 price in Nigeria, the 40mm version price is 240,000 Naira, while the 44mm version starts at 255,000 Naira. If you want an LTE-ready watch, the 40mm starts at 280,000 Naira, and the 44mm at 300,000 Naira in Nigeria.
- 40mm Aluminum Non-LTE – $399
- 40mm Aluminum LTE – $499
- 44mm Aluminum Non-LTE – $429
- 44mm Aluminum LTE – $529
The Apple Watch 6 was officially released on 2020, September 18, and you’re now able to buy it from any Apple store or from Jumia now.