Want to upgrade to watchOS 7? Get Apple Watch 3 while it's cheap

Want to upgrade to watchOS 7? Get Apple Watch 3 for $179, save $100 on Apple Watch 5


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Or save $100 on Apple Watch Series 5.
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You might need to upgrade your Apple Watch to enjoy this year’s big watchOS 7 upgrade, which drops support for Series 1 and Series 2 devices. The good news is you can get an Apple Watch 3 for even less right now.

Pick up a brand-new model today for as little as $179.

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Apple Watch Series 3 is a pretty stellar deal even at full price. Sure, it’s not the latest model, but it is an excellent version of the world’s best smartwatch, with great performance and almost all Apple Watch features.

It does heart rate monitoring, fitness tracking, and provides access to thousands of terrific watchOS apps. And with watchOS 7, it will also track your sleep, ensure you’re correctly washing your hands, and more.

Bag your new Apple Watch Series 3 today to save $20.

Save $20 on Apple Watch Series 3

Amazon has slashed $20 off all Apple Watch 3 models, so you can get a 38mm for just $179, and a 42mm for just $209. Cellular options are also available for $279 and $209, respectively.

Alternatively, save up to $100 on Apple Watch Series 5:

Apple Watch 3 will get a watchOS 7 upgrade when the release rolls out to everyone this fall, and for the first time ever, Apple is offering a public beta. That means you’ll be able to try it earlier (if you’re brave enough).

Stock doesn’t typically last too long at these prices, so pick up your new Apple Watch today before it’s too late.

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