Apple unveiled a new Apple 2nd-gen Apple Watch with an upgraded chip and new materials for manufacturing today at its fall hardware event.

Apple announces 2nd-gen Apple Watch SE with updated chip for $249

This second Generation SE uses the same chip as the new Apple Watch 8 making it 20% faster than the first version. It also shares some features with the Series 8, like crash detection and international roaming. 2nd-gen Apple Watch, The new model is made out of 100% recycled aluminum, with a redesigned back case made out of nylon composite materials. The company claimed the new Apple Watch SE is made using a production process that reduces its carbon footprint by 80%. (We are looking into the specifics of this.) Apple first introduced the Apple Watch SE in 2020 to lure more customers that wanted to buy an Apple Watch at a budget price of $279. The new price is $249 for GPS and $299 for the GPS+Cellular version of the Apple Watch SE. 2nd-gen Apple Watch, Users can preorder the smartwatch today, and it will be available on September 16. The second-gen Apple Watch SE is available in Midnight, Starlight and Silver colors in 40mm and 44mm aluminum cases. Apple also introduced the new Apple Watch 8 (starting at $399) with a temperature sensor and the rugged Apple Watch Ultra (starting at $799) made out of aerospace titanium at its “Far Out” event today.

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