Apple Watch Gets a Whole Bunch of New Bands


Akhil Arora, 22 March 2017 Apple Watch Gets New Bands; iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Get New Colour Cases

Highlights

  • Apple Watch gets new sport, woven nylon, and classic buckle bands
  • Sport, and woven nylon start at Rs. 3,900
  • iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus get new case colours, in silicone and leather

In addition to a red colour variant of the iPhone 7, Apple is also giving some cosmetic upgrades to the Apple Watch, with a series of new bands across all types, be it sport, woven nylon, or classic buckle, available in a variety of colours. Plus, the Nike+ watch bands are also coming to the standard Apple Watch, should you wish to cover your arm in hollow polka dots.

Some of the new colour options will also be available as cases for your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Unfortunately, those don’t cover (excuse the pun) the fancy multi-coloured hues that you see above. Without further ado, here’s the complete list of what you can get, and how much you’ll need to shell out:

New Apple Watch bands:

  • Sport in Pebble, Azure, and Camellia – at Rs. 3,900
  • Woven Nylon in Berry, Tahoe Blue, Orange, Red, Pollen, and Midnight Blue – at Rs. 3,900
  • Classic Buckle with new buckle design in Sapphire, Berry, Black, Red, Taupe, Saddle Brown, and Midnight Blue – at Rs. 11,900

New Nike Sport bands – at Rs. 3,900:

  • Pure Platinum/ White
  • Anthracite/ Black
  • Volt/ Black

New iPhone 7/7 Plus cases:

  • Silicone in Azure, Camellia, and Pebble – at Rs. 2,900
  • Leather in Berry, Taupe, Sapphire, and Saddle Brown – at Rs. 2,900

To see all the colours for yourself, head to the Apple website for the new Apple Watch bands, or the new iPhone 7 cases.

In other Apple news from Tuesday, the company also introduced a refreshed iPad (the Air moniker has disappeared). While it has the latest processor inside, it borrows the rest of its design and hardware from the first iPad Air (circa 2013), which is why Apple could price it lower than normal, starting at Rs. 28,900.

Akhil Arora Email Akhil

Akhil identifies himself as a stickler for detail and accuracy, and strongly believes that robots will one day take over most human jobs. In his free time, you will … More

Snapdeal Denies Report That It Is in Sale Talks With Flipkart, Paytm Laptops, Tablets on Aeroplanes: What's the Threat? 4G Tablets Original Article

Previous iPhone 7 RED Launch, Reliance Jio vs. Airtel, and More: Your 360 Daily
Next Here Are the Top Deals in the Flipkart Electronics Sale

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *