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Apple Watch SE offers bigger screen and better sensors

Apple Watch SE offers bigger screen and better sensors

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(Pocket-lint) – As part of its September event, Apple unveiled a new affordable version of the Apple Watch. The latest Apple Watch SE is inspired by the previous model but features new, better hardware.

Like the Series 8, it has more advanced motion sensors that — combined with Apple’s ML processing — can detect when your vehicle crashes. Once detected, it can automatically call emergency services and send a message to emergency contacts.

Made from recycled aluminum, the case comes in three colors: Silver, Midnight, and Starlight, which pair well with many other current Apple devices.

Additionally, the chassis was designed and built to reduce carbon emissions during production, and it now features a color-matched rear panel to the rest of the aluminum chassis.

Other features include a screen that is now 30 percent larger than a screen Apple Watch Series 3, 20 percent faster processing than the previous SE and a WR50 (50-meter) water-resistant case.

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Like any other Apple Watch, it will measure your heart rate, notify you when it detects an irregular heartbeat, log your activity, detect when you fall, and display Apple Pay.

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The new Apple Watch SE can be ordered starting today and will begin shipping on September 16th. Prices are included $249 for the GPS and $299 for the cellular model.

Written by Cam Bunton.