The Apple Watch is available in three different models: Sport, Watch (Basic), and Edition. In addition, there are two sizes to choose from for each model: 38mm and 42mm. The Sport is the least expensive model starting at $349 and final prices vary depending on the size and band style you choose. While the Watch or Basic model starts at $549. All models have the same internals including 8GB of storage space, a Force Touch capable display, and mobile app support. The only difference between the models are the materials they are made of -- the Edition model case is solid gold -- and the bands they come bundled with. The Sport has an aluminum case or body, and Apple’s unique Ion-X glass protecting the display. The stock version comes with a “fluoroelastomer” (synthetic rubber) sports band, but you can always swap it out if you’d like something different. The bands come in several colors — including neon — but you can also choose black or white if you’d like to avoid flashy stuff. The smaller size Apple Watch Sport (38mm) is $349 while the larger size (42mm) is $399.
|Battery Life||Up to 18 hours|
|Screen Size||1.32" 38mm or 1.5" 42mm|
|Pixels||272 x 340 at 290 PPI|
|Display Type||Digital, Ion-X glass|