Apple Watch Series 5: Features | Specifications | Pricing

Apple's latest iteration of the Apple Watch adds all new finishes, an always-on display and improved battery life for Apple fans seeking a premium smartwatch experience.

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  • 40mm or 44mm options
  • Variety of case styles and band choices
  • Still no watch face shop
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  • Always-on display
  • Inbuilt compass
  • International emergency calling
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Battery life

  • 18-hour claimed battery life
  • Wireless charging

Early outlook

  • Still stylish, but you do pay for that

Pricing and availability

  • Available to pre-order now
  • On sale from 20 September 2019
  • Pricing from $649 and upwards

The Apple Watch Series 5 is available to pre-order now, although you won't actually get one until 20 September 2019.

As for pricing, that depends on how much you want to spend. The very cheapest Apple Watch Series 5 models will cost you just $649, but depending on model, build material and especially band choice, that price can rocket right up. Listing every combination would take weeks, but as an example, an Apple Watch Series 5 44mm Ceramic with a Space Black Link Bracelet will set you back a wallet-busting $2,719.

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Apple Watch Series 5 specifications

Product name
Apple Watch Series 5
Display size
368 by 448/324 by 394 pixels
Apple S5
Operating system
watchOS 6
Lithium Ion, up to 18 hours
From $649
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