The Apple Watch Series 6, released in September 2020. The Apple Watch Series 6 is identical in design to the Series 5. It started life with a fashion/social focus with some fitness features but has since become a powerful fitness and health device. The Apple Watch 6 offers blood oxygen (SpO2) monitoring for the first time, a brighter always-on display, an always-on altimeter, and a faster chip. It looks like the last few Apple Watch models, squircle shape, Digital Crown.
With Apple Watch Series 6 on your wrist, a healthier, more active, more connected life is within reach. Measure your blood oxygen level with a revolutionary new sensor and app. Take an ECG anytime, anywhere. Apple Watch Series 6 is able to do things like monitor steps taken, calories burned, stairs climbed, and heart rate, plus it can take ECG readings, track sleep, look out for falls with fall detection, make emergency calls with SOS, and watch out for overly loud sounds.
There are a variety of models for the Apple Watch Series 6. Starting with the GPS variants, users get the Sport Band with the aluminum casing models that come in Silver, Space Grey, Gold, Blue, and RED dial color options. 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.
Apple’s new Apple Watch band called the Solo Loop and Braided Solo Loop debuted alongside the Apple Watch 6 as well. The Apple Watch 6 is rated for the same 18-hour battery life as the Apple Watch Series 5, Series 4, and Series 3 before it. It can be charged to full in 90 minutes.
The Apple Watch 6 starts at $399 for the GPS-only model and $499 for the GPS + Cellular variation.