Apple Watch is now the cheapest smartwatch you can buy.
The watch’s price drops to $699 and the synonym is now $2.599, both starting from September 1.
The $2-plus price cut is a boon to Apple Watch owners who want to spend more time with their smartwatch, and it also makes it easier for them to upgrade.
But it also means Apple Watch users will need to wait a bit longer for their next upgrade.
The price of the watch has dropped dramatically in the past year and a half, and in fact it’s been dropping even faster than the price of its competitors, according to data from IHS iSuppli.
Apple Watch has always been expensive for a reason.
It costs about $500 more than most other smartwatches, and its synonym has been dropping at an even faster rate.
The new Apple Watch will cost around $699 for the basic model, but Apple is offering it for $699 if you buy the $249 Apple Watch Sport model.
Apple also lowered the price by $100 for the Apple Watch Series 4, the Apple watch with a larger screen, and the Applewatch Sport, which features a larger display and a better processor.
The $399 Apple Watch Edition has also been discounted.
Apple Watch was always priced a bit higher than the other watches on the market.
Apple has also slashed the price to $299 for the new Apple iPhone, up from $399.
This also makes the Apple iPhone a cheaper smartwatch option than the new Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch.
There’s also a new Apple watch that has a different price tag than the Apple Watches that were announced earlier this year.
The Apple Watch 3, which has a 5.8-inch screen and supports Bluetooth, costs $499.
This is an even more affordable option than its competitors.
If you’re looking to upgrade from the $199 Apple Watch, the next-gen Apple Watch series is now available for $349, down from $549.