Apple Watch Models Finally Get Specs Page on Official Website

Apple Watch

Apple’s website is definitely useful for learning about its tablets, smartphones, and even computers. The official site offers all the details that you would want to know about the hardware for those specific devices. But when it comes to Apple Watch models, they don’t have a dedicated tech specs page until now.

Yes, in case you didn’t notice, the official website didn’t offer tech specs for the Watch models. So, if you were to make a hardware comparison between the offerings, you would need to rely on third-party websites. Thankfully, things have changed for the Apple wearables.

All the Watch models that Apple has listed on its website finally have a tech specs page. 

There’s Dedicated Information for Each Apple Watch Model on the Official Website

Apple has added official tech specs pages for the Apple Watch Series 9Watch SE, and Watch Ultra 2. With this, the company now has detailed hardware information for all the devices that it sells on its official website. The good part is that Apple plans to continue adding a dedicated tech specs page for all future wearables.

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Apple Watch SE

That means you will no longer need to rely on third-party websites to learn about the hardware of wearables. On that note, Apple’s official website already offers a comparison tool that allows buyers to compare the watches and make an informed decision.

However, before this update on the official website, the Apple Watch models didn’t have a dedicated page for their tech specs. And it was about time that Apple made this change. It already offers specific hardware info for its Macs, iPads, and iPhones. So, why should the wearables be left behind?

Apple Watch Ultra Black

Also, the dedicated tech spec pages of Apple Watch models offer some specific info you don’t generally find in third-party tools. For example, there are safety and fitness features, build material, and exact size and weight.

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