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Apple Watch Series 4 is no longer available for sale in the Apple Stores

Apple announced Apple Watch Series 5 this Sept event along with the series of iPhone 11. The new smartwatch has all the necessary features and smart glass screen that makes the watch useful.

Apple Watch Series 5 is very similar to Apple Watch 4 in looks and design. Although, the Apple Watch Series 5 is much more advanced and has improved hardware than Apple Watch 4. The most significant change in the Apple Watch Series 5 is the smart glass that keeps the display on and the new watch has longer battery life.

Design and Display

Apple Watch Series 5 and 4 have the same size as the display which comes into 42mm and 44 mm. Although the design specification of the Apple Watch 5 is similar to the Apple Watch 4, the interface UI is very different. As compared to the former, Apple watch 5 has a very clever always-on display. The display dims the light of the dial but never switch it off.


Apple Watch 5 has all the necessary features of Apple Watch 4 like ECG features, fall detection, and improved accelerometer. Additionally, the new Apple Watch 5 has better navigation features and emergency SOS features that will enable you to call the emergency numbers right from your watch. The best part of the SOS feature is that it allows you to call you internationally in times of emergency even when you have not tethered the watch with our iPhone. It is connected to 150 countries for this feature.

It was generally assumed that Apple Watch 3 would be removed from the market. But Apple announced that Apple Watch 4 will not be available for sale anymore. And Apple Watch 3 will be available at many affordable rates. Series 3 is available for only $199 for starting 38mm size and $299 for cellular models.

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Steven Levy

Steven Levy

Steven is a reporter for Daily Research Expedition. After graduating from the University of Tennessee, Steven got an internship at a morning radio show and worked as a journalist and producer. Steven has also worked as a columnist for the Knoxville News Sentinel. Steven covers economy and community events for Daily Research Expedition.

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