A:AnswerHi, the only difference between the SE and the other models are very minimal details. On the SE you do not have the “always on display” as opposed to the others. All models come with “GPS and GPS + Cellular” with GPS only, you will connect the watch via your iPhone Bluetooth to make calls and send texts. With the Cellular version, you are able to add your watch to your phone carrier plan for $10 a month to make calls without having to have your iPhone with you. On the apple website you can compare models to see which one is best for you.
A:AnswerIt really comes down to do you want to have your cell phone with you at all times. I usually do and therefore went with the no cellular model. Furthermore are you comfortable talking into your wrist? It was also cheaper. Upgraded from a Series 3 model.
A:AnswerHello, I actually purchased this watch today and, although it says gold at the end, I can confirm that it's the silver aluminum watch with the white sports band. Hope this helps anyone that's confused by the title :)
A:AnswerI can't give you exact feet or distance, but can tell you I can go a long ways and in rooms and can get texts and phone calls while at work. You can't leave your phone in your car and go for a long walk. But if you need to be away from your phone for short periods of time the GPS works well. I have had the cell service and GPS and I prefer the GPS. You do have to pay a monthly fee with your cell service.