You can save $50 off almost every Apple Watch 4 model and $70 off some of the Apple Watch 4 models with LTE as part of a massive series of Apple Watch 4 deals that are timed up for graduation and to pick up for Father’s Day.
While the biggest Apple Watch 4 deal is $70 off the LTE model, but most users don’t need to spend the extra cash on LTE if they always have their phone with them. The Apple Watch Series 4 with GPS is also on sale for $50 off, which matches the best deals we’ve seen this year and is in line with what we expect to see for quite some time.
The Apple Watch 4 is the newest model that normally starts at $399 for GPS only and $499 for the LTE model. This model features an upgraded heart sensor that can detect atrial fibrillation with an ECG and it also supports fall detection so that it can call emergency services if it thinks you fell and haven’t moved. It also includes a whole host of other Apple Watch 4 features.
Amazon offers the Apple Watch 4 at $50 off almost every model and size. If you choose the LTE model you can save $50 to $70 on the Apple Watch. The biggest discount is on the Apple Watch Series 4 GPS + Cellular, 44mm in Gold Stainless Steel Case with Stone Sport Band.
Any of these models allow you to track workouts, send text messages, use Siri and much more. Here’s a look at the cool things the Apple Watch can do. We’re a huge fan of the aluminum Apple watch for a number of reasons. I skipped the LTE option this time around, but if you want to leave your phone at home it’s an option to consider.
While there is an Apple Watch 5 likely coming this call, this is still the best Apple Watch to buy in 2019. If you want an Apple Watch right now, this is the deal you should jump on. Here’s a look at the reasons to buy the Apple Watch 4 and the reasons not to.
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