Are you looking to tie up with Apple Watch price in India? Well! Recently at “Hey Siri” media event, the Cupertino firm has partnered with luxury brand Hermes to debut a new set of Apple Watch Hermes collection. Steal comes with leather bands in distinctive styles, and four band styles in the collection are: Single Tour, Double Tour and Cuff. Pricing and its colr variants are detailed below, alongside the arrivel into Indian market as well. Check this out!
According to the latest reports, Apple Watch could see an India release date as early as October before the festival season. By next week, Apple Watch in India will go live for purchase, followed by the latest iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus launch by 10th of October 2015, a month ahead of Diwali. Now that the Mac maker is evidently looking to triple the sales of the new iPhones during the Festive season, where October and December.
In April 24, Apple Watch landed in the United States, UK, China, Australia, Canda, France, Germany, Japan and Hong Kong. Later on June 28th, it was officially released in other parts such as Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan.
Finally, this time after introducing new Apple Watch faces and bands, which includes Gold and Rose Gole aluminum Apple Watch Sports model, now in the reports that it’s going to hit the store shelves in India by the end of this month, September.
Before we go forward and talk about the India release date, we have to speak about the new Apple Watch Mermes – starts at $1,100 for a 38mm stainless steel case with the Single Tour. For the 42mm stainless steel case with Single Tour it costs you $1,150 and the 38mm stainless steel case with the Double Tour costs $1,250 and finally, the 42mm stainless steel case with the Cuff is priced at $1,500. Each stainless steel case features an etching of the Hermès signature and includes a customisable face with three exclusive dial designs inspired by Hermès watches.
Apple has also announced that the new watchOS 2.0 final for the Apple Watch will release on September 16th, alongside the public version of iOS 9. The new watchOS 2.0 brings native apps to Apple Watch which means that to run apps users won’t always require an iPhone. watchOS 2.0 also includes new communication features like the ability to respond quickly to mail with dictation, Smart Replies or emoji.
Apple Watch also gets a Red Sport Band as part of the fight against AIDS. The official sale for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will go live in Australia, Canda, China, France, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore, United Kingdom and the U.S. strating September 25th. Pre-orders for both the new smartphones will begin on September 12 in the oft-mentioned countries.
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