Everyone may be talking about the pre-orders and plans for the iPhone Xs and Xs Max dropping today, but the Apple Watch Series 4 is is also now available ahead of its September 21 launch. Here’s how you can pre-order yours right now.
If you’re looking to buy outright, you can head on over to Apple’s online store. Pricing starts at $599 for the GPS versions and $749 for GPS + Cellular.
Series 4 Apple Watches bought through Apple support both Vodafone and Optus as carriers.
You can pre-order an Apple Watch through Optus by bundling it with an iPhone Xs or Xs Max plan — this allows you to pay it off over 24 months.
And if you’re interested — Optus customers who activate Optus Number Share for the first time on their Apple Watch Series 4 by 31 December 2018 will receive 12 months free Number Share access.
At the time of writing there was no pre-order options for the new Apple Watch on the Vodafone website — it merely has the release date listed as September 21.
However, we did find out via a press release that Vodafone NumberSync (e-sim) will be available on Red and Red Plus plans for an extra $5 per month, with the first 3 months being free. It also stated that the Apple Watch Series 4 can be paid off over 12, 24 or 36 months.
We’ll let you know if any bundles pop up, or if it becomes available to pre-order.
At the time of writing there was nothing on Telstra’s website about the Apple Watch Series 4. This along with the telco not being listed as a ‘supported carrier’ on Apple’s online store makes the whole thing seem quite curious.
At the present time there are still Series 3 Apple Watches listed on Telstra’s website, so maybe we’ll see something pop up on September 21.
We’ll update this story if we receive any further information on this.
Apple Watch Series 4: Here’s Everything It Can Do
Coming as a surprise to no one who eagerly scanned the countless leaks, today Apple revealed the fourth generation Apple Watch, which sticks with the wearable’s square-faced, minimalist form factor, but improves how much info can be squeezed on that tiny display, and the watch’s health-tracking capabilities.
Aussie Apple Watches Won’t Get That Cool Heart Monitoring Function
The new iPhones may have been the main event of today’s Apple product launch, but the Apple Watch Series 4 also made quite the impression. One of the standout features is the new heart-monitoring hardware that allows the device to take an electrocardiogram (ECG) to monitor electrical activity in the heart.
There’s just one problem. We won’t be getting it in Australia.
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