With powerful features to help keep you connected, active, healthy, and safe, Apple Watch SE is a lot of watch. For a lot less than you expected.
Take calls and reply to texts, right from your wrist
Track your daily activity on Apple Watch, and see your trends in the Fitness app on iPhone
Track new tai chi and pilates workouts, in addition to favorites like running, yoga, swimming, and dance
Hike smarter with built-in compass and real-time elevation readings
Stay on top of your health with high and low heart rate, and irregular heart rhythm notifications¹
Apple Watch can detect if you've taken a hard fall, then automatically call emergency services for you²
Emergency SOS lets you call for help when you need it³
Sync your favorite music, podcasts, and audiobooks
Make purchases instantly and securely from your wrist with Apple Pay
100% recycled aluminum cases available in three finishes
watchOS 8 introduces new workout types, the Mindfulness app, the new Portraits watch face, and enhancements to Messages
Stay connected to family and friends with calls, texts, and email, even when you don't have your phone⁵
Stream music, podcasts, and audiobooks on the go, and leave your phone at home⁵
Set up and manage Apple Watch for each family member, right from your iPhone, with Family Setup⁶
Apple Watch SE requires an iPhone 6s or later with iOS 14 or later.
¹Irregular rhythm notification requires the latest versions of watchOS and iOS. It is not intended for use by people under 22 years old or those who have been previously diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (Afib).
²Fall detection updates are available on Apple Watch Series 4 and later with watchOS 8 and later.
³Apple Watch Series 7 (GPS + Cellular) and Apple Watch SE (GPS + Cellular) can use a cellular connection for Emergency SOS. To use Emergency SOS on an Apple Watch without cellular, your iPhone needs to be nearby.
If your iPhone isn't nearby, your Apple Watch needs to be connected to a known Wi-Fi network and you must set up Wi-Fi Calling.
⁴Apple Watch Series 7, Apple Watch SE, and Apple Watch Series 3 have a water resistance rating of 50 meters under ISO standard 22810:2010. This means that they may be used for shallow-water activities like swimming in a pool or ocean.
However, they should not be used for scuba diving, waterskiing, or other activities involving high-velocity water or submersion below shallow depth. Series 7 is also rated IP6X dust resistant.
⁵Wireless service plan required for cellular service. Contact your service provider for more details. Connection may vary based on network availability. International roaming is not supported.
Check apple.com/watch/cellular for participating wireless carriers and eligibility. See support.apple.com/en-us/HT207578 for additional setup instructions.
⁶Not all features will be available if the Apple Watch is set up through Family Setup. Wireless service plan required for cellular service. Contact your service provider for more details. Check apple.com/watch/cellular for participating wireless carriers and eligibility.
Apple Watch SE (GPS + Cellular) 40mm Silver Aluminum Case with Abyss Blue Sport Band
A:AnswerI current have Metro by T-Mobile and as of today (02-01-2022) you CANNOT have an Apple Watch ANY series work wit Metro. They do NOT support any smart watches a this time and the manager said he didn't see them adding the feature any time soon either. I currently have a 3 series and it connects using Bluetooth. So if I leave my phone somewhere or it dies my watch does not still get my calls or notifications. Only when it is in range via bluetooth. So please don't waste your money on the cellular version. IT WILL NOT WORK!
A:AnswerBuy your watch and don’t tell it who your favorite cellular provider is. I promise it will love and treat you right. Only if you want to use the watch as a stand along unit like if you leave the phone in the car and go for a swim, workout at the gym, or for a jog, will you have to call Verizon and set this watch up on a data plan. If your Bluetooth is on and phone is nearby, your watch will work just fine.
A:AnswerYour watch will connect to your phone not by cellular but by Bluetooth. You will use your cellular when, for example, you leave your phone at home and go for a jog. You will need to set this watch up with a data plan, with the cell provider of your choice, if you plan to use this device as a stand alone unit. If that’s not your cup of tea, go for the non-cellular version and save yourself some cash money.