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Nobody makes technology headlines quite like Apple - perhaps because nobody can make technology quite like Apple's, either! These geniuses have plenty of fans at OnBuy, and Apple smart watches are just another amazing example of why so many of us love the iOS ecosystem. Stylish, convenient and achingly clever, check out our selection of Apple smart watches - including the Apple Watch Series 7 - and prepare to feel inspired!
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If OnBuy's selection of Apple smart watches is proof of anything, it's proof that the company that Steve Jobs helped to create has a fascinating talent. From the iPhone and the iPad to now the Apple Watch, this is a business that specialises in presenting amazing new ideas that sometimes baffle people at first - and then become the most indispensable, useful technology you can imagine.
There's no denying that Apple are trailblazers, and Apple smart watches effortlessly prove that. In fact, some even believe that they're close to making the smartphone itself obsolete - you have calls, telling the time, fitness, apps and music all at the flick of a wrist. When has anyone ever otherwise felt comfortable leaving the house without their mobile phone at any point in the 21st century?
Apple watches are not just a gimmick
From their appealing form factors to the effortlessly convenient and high-performing technologies inside, Apple smart watches have gone from a gimmicky, geeky gambit of a gadget to the next must-have of the world of technology.
In many respects, advanced models like the Apple Watch Series 7 boast incredible customisation options - but also apps and lifestyle enhancements so meticulously detailed that you'll feel amazed you ever did without them!
Powered up by the same iOS firmware and software that makes all your Apple gadgets talk to each other so seamlessly, an Apple Watch can help you reach your fitness goals, pay for goods and services from your wrist, or even navigate if you're lost - all Apple Watches from Series 5 onwards offer a pinpoint-accurate compass function.
What's more, most Apple smart watches are customisable not only in colours and strap designs, but also in the clock faces you choose to tell the time itself. The latest and greatest Apple smart watches have a Retina display that lasts a long time in terms of battery life, yet is always showing you the time too, without the screen fading - no fiddling at the wrist just to see if it's time for dinner yet!
What can Apple watches do?
Much like most smartphones, Apple smart watches can do anything that either Apple or app designers believe they can, limited only by the form factor of the technology and their imaginations! Of course, perhaps the most obvious function of an Apple Watch is that it tells the time - yet there's so much more, too.
Apple smart watches put the powerful GPS technology that Apple has become so good at to good use, both in helping you navigate, but also in terms of health and fitness. You can track your steps walked or jogged, as well as set goals to help you gradually push yourself more and more as you grow in confidence. Later models like the Apple Watch Series 6, 7 and SE also have an easy-to-set-up Cycling Mode, which helps track your distance and calories burned as you saddle up and head out.
Lovers of all things media needn't feel that their Apple Watch is going to cut corners on keeping them entertained, either. With access to millions of songs from your favourite streaming services, all beamed down to your wrist while you're on the go, you can use wireless earphones to indulge in your tunes - or even make and receive phone calls. In fact, there are even games you can play on Apple smart watches, despite a smaller screen!
Built to give your lifestyle some added convenience and organisation, Apple smart watches are always evolving - and so is OnBuy's selection! Which version of this amazing must-have wrist-worn super-tech will you be choosing? Time will tell...