Apple unveils new Apple Watch bands featuring spring colors and styles

Apple today debuted a new spring collection of Apple Watch bands with vibrant colors and unique designs.

This season’s updates include Woven Nylon bands with a fresh stripe that alternates white with color for a crisp, clean look, exclusive Nike bands that color-match with the latest Nike running shoes and a striking new edge paint color for Apple Watch Hermès bands. Later this month, all new bands will be available to order from apple.com and for purchase at select Apple Stores, Apple Authorized Resellers and carriers.

Apple Watch

The Woven Nylon bands now include an updated stripe pattern.
The Woven Nylon bands now include an updated stripe pattern.

• Sport Band in Denim Blue, Lemonade and Red Raspberry
• Woven Nylon in Black Stripe, Blue Stripe, Gray Stripe and Pink Stripe
• Sport Loop in Flash Light, Hot Pink, Marine Green and Tahoe Blue
• Classic Buckle in Spring Yellow, Electric Blue and Soft Pink

Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) will include new 38mm and 42mm Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Loop models.

Apple Watch Nike+

The Nike Sport Loop can be easily adjusted for the perfect fit.
The Nike Sport Loop can be easily adjusted for the perfect fit.
The Nike Sport Loop can be easily adjusted for the perfect fit. Nike Sport Bands are flexible, durable and strong.
The Nike Sport Loop can be easily adjusted for the perfect fit.
Nike Sport Bands are flexible, durable and strong.

The Nike Sport Loop will now be sold separately, joining new Nike Sport Band colors:
• Nike Sport in Barely Rose/Pearl Pink, Black/White and Cargo Khaki/Black
• Nike Sport Loop in Black/Pure Platinum, Bright Crimson/Black, Cargo Khaki, Midnight Fog and Pearl Pink

Apple Watch Nike+ (GPS + Cellular) will include new 38mm and 42mm Space Gray Aluminum Case with Midnight Fog Nike Sport Loop models.

Apple Watch Hermès

This season’s Apple Watch Hermès bands feature an accent color.
This season’s Apple Watch Hermès bands feature an accent color.
The Single Tour Rallye is inspired by the classic Hermès driving glove.
The Single Tour Rallye is inspired by the classic Hermès driving glove.

The Single Tour Rallye and Double Tour bands now display contrasting paint details:
• 38mm Double Tour in Indigo with rouge H polished edge and rouge H contrasted loop
• 38mm Double Tour in Blanc with rouge H polished edge and rouge H contrasted loop
• 42mm Single Tour Rallye in Indigo with rouge H polished edge and rouge H contrasted loop
• 42mm Single Tour Rallye in Blanc with rouge H polished edge and rouge H contrasted loop

Pricing and Availability

• Apple Watch is available in two different case sizes, 38mm and 42mm. Apple Watch Series 1 will be available in silver or space gray aluminum cases paired with a Sport Band and starts at just $249 (US). Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS) will be available in gold, silver or space gray aluminum cases with a Sport Band starting at $329 (US). Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) will be available in gold, silver or space gray aluminum, or silver or space black stainless steel paired with a variety of bands starting at $399 (US); and Apple Watch Edition in gray or white ceramic starts at $1299 (US) from apple.com, Apple Stores and select Apple Authorized Resellers and carriers. For local availability, visit locate.apple.com. Apple Watch Nike+ starts at $329 (US) and Apple Watch Hermès starts at $1149 (US).

• New Apple Watch models will be available to order on apple.com later this month in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland, the UK and the US.

• Apple Watch bands will be available to order on apple.com later this month in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, the UK and the US. The Sport, Sport Loop and Woven Nylon bands are $49 (US) and the Classic Buckle is $149 (US).

• New Apple Watch Nike+ models will be available to order on apple.com and nike.com later this month in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland, the UK and the US.

• New Nike Sport Bands and Sport Loops will be available to order on apple.com and nike.com later this month in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, the UK and the US. The Nike Sport Band and the Sport Loop are $49 (US).

• New Apple Watch Hermès bands will be available to order on apple.com and Hermes.com later this month in Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, UAE, the UK and the US. The Single Tour Rallye is $439 (US) and the Double Tour is $489 (US).
New Apple Watch, Apple Watch Nike+ and Apple Watch Hermès bands will be available at Apple Galaxy Macau later this month.

• Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) requires an iPhone 6 or later with iOS 11 or later. Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS) requires an iPhone 5s or later with iOS 11 or later. Apple Watch Series 1 requires an iPhone 5s or later with iOS 11 or later. Some features are not available in all regions or all languages.

• Customers who buy Apple Watch from Apple will be offered free Personal Setup, in-store or online,1 to help set up and personalize their new Apple Watch with calendars, notifications, apps and more.

• Anyone who wants to learn the basics or go further with their new Apple Watch can sign up for free sessions at apple.com/today.

Source: Apple Inc.

8 Comments

  1. Tut-tut, MDN, tut-tut.

    Appel?

    In the headline?

    I hate to be pedantic, but this isn’t the first time, is it?

    I think you may need to insert one more srep before hitting “Publish”. In the olden days, where I come from, we had something similar to spell-check and auto-correct (auto-corrupt is more like it, n’est-ca pas?) called a proofreader. These usually came with a pair of eyes and a baccalaureate in English or whatever language was being produced. I’m not sure if these still exist, but there must be hundreds, nay, thousands, of these discarded proofreaders just laying about, doing nothing, ready to be put back to work the minute this internet fad passes.

    Excuse my pedantics, and hint of sarcasm, I did have some help from Mr Sarcastic before he left for work this morning. Perhaps there is an “Appel” company that makes products essentially identical to Apple, they’ve been mentioned here so many times?! Correct me if I’m wrong, there’s a first time for everything.

    1. It’s not important that MDN misspelled Apple. It’s a typo. It’s a minor glitch that MDN frequently produces. Additionally MDN has had problems with their website from time to time over the years.

      But here’s the thing; MDN hypocritically holds Tim Cook‘s feet to the coals for every minor glitch in the millions of lines of code that Apple software engineers produce (such as text appearing outside the message bubble) and screams to the rafters that Tim Cook is an incompetent CEO that should be replaced along with any engineer that does not produce unwavering excellence. ZERO TOLERANCE . . . regardless of the fact that huge errors were made under Jobs’s management . . . AND regardless of the fact that no other company in the industry comes within a parsec of Apple on quality and reliability of their products.

      If Apple produces a glitch, MDN goes ballistic.
      If Apple misses a deadline because they are trying to correct all the glitches, MDN goes ballistic.

      So maybe MDN should look in the mirror and then perhaps fire themselves for achieving less than the MDN standard of absolute excellence.

      1. As soon as we have $285+ billion in the bank and 123,000 employees worldwide, we’ll be right there with ya…

        Actually, no. We’ll be on our own private island constructed of diamonds and drinking the world’s finest brews out of solid gold kegs in platinum steins.

        Until then, enjoy the occasional typo!

  2. So, this is the latest tour de force from Pipeline. Or, did Angela Ahrendts complete this year long project? This should have been an appendage on the announcement of a new Apple Watch, or that cellular support is now available worldwide for Apple Watch.

    What a joke. Pipeline is in over his head.

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