Apple Watch Series 2 Discounted up to $170 at Online Retailer
The Apple Watch Series 2 is no longer being sold on Apple’s official website ever since the inception of the Apple Watch Series 3 but there is still a chance you will be able to get your hands on one courtesy of stock being sold through online retailers. Best of all, the previous-generation wearable is going for up to a $170 discount so if you’ve purchased the iPhone 8, what better way to receive notifications than by pairing it with the Apple Watch.
Various Models Present in the 38 and 42mm Versions of the Apple Watch Series 2 Discounted on Best Buy
Several versions, including the higher-end Stainless Steel models, Nike+ and more have been discounted at Best Buy and if you are not looking to purchase the Apple Watch Series 3 or downgrade to the Series 1, then the Series 2 is going to be your preferred weapon of choice.
To remind you, the Apple Watch Series 2 will not be able to provide LTE connectivity through eSIM technology so you will have to rely on the pairing of your iPhone to receive notifications seamlessly. Few complaints that plagued the first-generation of the Apple Watch were addressed to a whole new degree on the Apple Watch Series 2 which includes better battery life and much better performance thanks to a custom SoC designed that is running two processing cores.
It is also water-resistance up to 50 meters and is able to display brighter colors regardless if you are viewing it indoors or outdoors. It also has a built-in GPS chip, which is something that was not present in the first-gen Apple Watch and the second-generation OLED Retina display aims to deliver healthier battery life while promoting brightness that has the capability to go up to 1,000 nits.
Apple claims that you can get up to 18 hours of battery life while the wearable is paired with an iPhone so if you look at the discount that you’re getting from the online retailer, we would definitely say that it is worth a shot.
News Source: Best Buy
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