Apple Watch SE has been created with the same design and large display as Apple Watch Series 6. Housing an S5 dual-core processor and offering health notifications, fitness tracking and the ability to sync your tunes, Apple Watch SE is ready to help keep you fit and to have fun too.
Apple Watch SE can tell when you’ve started a workout and its Activity rings will show all the ways you’ve moved throughout the day. Handily, you only need to raise your wrist to see metrics like distance, pace, laps, heart rate, cadence and calories burned.
Set and achieve your personal sleep goals with the new Sleep app – it’s been designed to help you establish a regular bedtime routine and keep track of your sleep trends night after night.
The Apple Watch SE is water resistant to 50 metres, so there’s no need to remove it when you’re swimming.
Tap and pay
Just hold the Apple Watch SE to the checkout reader to make payments via your credit or debit card. No matter how you use it, Apple Pay keeps your financial information completely private and secure.
Built-in GPS measures your workout accurately, so whether you're going for a swim, run or a ride, you can leave your iPhone at home. Distance, speed and pace are all precisely recorded for you, ready for when you get back home to review your route on your iPhone.
What’s the difference between Bluetooth and cellular?
Some smart watches with Bluetooth can let you send and receive text messages, answer telephone calls and receive notifications when it’s connected to your (compatible) phone via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
Bluetooth + cellular
Smart watches with built-in cellular offer the freedom to send and receive text messages, answer phone calls and even receive notifications when you don’t have your phone with you.
Cellular carrier support
Connecting your cellular enabled smart watch to a cellular network requires the same carrier as your (compatible) phone.