Apple Watch Series 6 (GPS, 40mm) - Blue Aluminum Case with Deep Navy Sport Band
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|Supported Application||Fitness Tracker, Sleep Monitor, Voice Assistant, Elevation Tracker, Heart Rate Monitor|
|Special Feature||Activity Tracker|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS|
|Water Resistance Level||Water Resistant|
|Screen Size||40 Millimeters|
|Battery Life||18 Hours|
About this item
- GPS model lets you take calls and reply to texts from your wrist
- Measure your blood oxygen with an all-new sensor and app
- Check your heart rhythm with the ECG app
- The Always-On Retina display is 2.5x brighter outdoors when your wrist is down
- S6 SiP is up to 20% faster than Series 5
- 5GHz Wi-Fi and U1 Ultra Wideband chip
- Track your daily activity on Apple Watch and see your trends in the Fitness app on iPhone
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|Price||From: -||From: $414.99||From: -|
|Case Size||40mm, 44mm||41mm, 45mm||41mm, 45mm|
|Display||Retina display, 30% larger than Series 3||Always-On Retina display Nearly 20% more screen area than Apple Watch SE and over 50% more screen area than Series 3||Always-On Retina display Nearly 20% more screen area than Apple Watch SE and over 50% more screen area than Series 3|
|Processor||64-bit dual-core S5 processor; Up to 2x faster than S3||S7 with 64-bit dual-core processor; up to 20% faster than SE||S7 with 64-bit dual-core processor; up to 20% faster than SE|
|Optical Heart Sensor||Second-generation optical heart sensor||Third-generation optical heart sensor||Third-generation optical heart sensor|
|Digital Crown||Digital Crown with haptic feedback||Digital Crown with haptic feedback||Digital Crown with haptic feedback|
|Altimeter||Always-on Altimeter||Always-on Altimeter||Always-on Altimeter|
|Speaker||50% louder than Series 3||50% louder than Series 3||50% louder than Series 3|
|Blood oxygen sensor (Blood Oxygen app)|
|Electrical heart sensor (ECG app)|
|Bluetooth||BT 5.0||BT 5.0||BT 5.0|
Apple Watch Series 6 (GPS)
Built-in GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and QZSS, S6 with 64-bit dual-core processor, W3 Apple wireless chip, U1 Ultra Wideband chip, Barometric altimeter, Capacity 32GB, Blood oxygen sensor, Optical heart sensor, Electrical heart sensor, Improved accelerometer up to 32 g‑forces, Improved gyroscope, Ambient light sensor, LTPO OLED Always-On Retina display with Force Touch (1000 nits), Digital Crown with haptic feedback, Louder speaker, Ion-X strengthened glass, Sapphire crystal and ceramic back, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 5.0, Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, Up to 18 hours of battery life, Water resistant 50 meters, watchOS 5
Whats in the box
Case, Band, 1m Magnetic Charging Cable
Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 5.0
Up to 18 hours of battery life
What's in the box
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This is pricey, no doubt about it. Grudgingly coughing up $425 and comforting myself with Amazon's platinum return policy, I decided to give it a go.
I'm awfully glad I did.
So here's the thing: there's no killer app for me. Truly. No one thing that goes A-HA and makes me love it.....
......BUT, there are tons of little things that, together, are more important than each one individually.
- Blood pressure monitor
- PulsOx monitor
- Walkie-talkie function. I thought this would be a gimmick but it's so damn helpful when I'm trying to remember if I need to pick up eggs at the grocery store
- Checking texts without having to pick my phone up each time
- Checking Telegram, ditto
- Pings from Life360 (an app I pay for) telling me when my family members have arrived/left somewhere so I know if I need to get moving so I can pick them up
- A watchface with my next appointment prominently displayed along the bottom
- An exercise "ring" sort of thing that eggs me on to: stand up for a minute or two once an hour; exercise at least 45 minutes a day; get in at least 10K steps a day. Again, sounds gimmicky, hell it is gimmicky.... but isn't the old saw that if it's stupid but it works, it ain't stupid?
- Tile tracking of my phone and wallet. Push a button and hey, that's where I left my phone
- Stronglifts integration so when I'm at the gym I don't have to keep staring at my phone to know when to start my next set. It has haptics. My wrist buzzes, time to stop writing that email and get to work
- Haptics in general, which is a much nicer way to wake up in the morning vs. the BLAM BLAM BLAM of the alarm clock. It buzzes your wrist in increasing intensity until you wake up. Seriously a nice way to rise and shine.
- Sleep behavior analysis. Tells me if my sleep is getting interrupted, the levels of deep sleep, etc. Not sure if it's even all that overly actionable but it's nice to see and it does sort of course-correct me if I'm only giving myself 4-6 hours of sleep vs. the 7-8 I need
- EKG. Yes, you can actually take EKGs of your heart to see if there's irregular rhythms
- Fall detection. Hopefully I'll never need it but if you fall and don't turn it off, it calls 911. Nice feature for older folks.
- NFC. Instead of bringing my wallet, I have my watch. Touch and go. I haven't tried this yet of all the features so this one may not be ready for prime time, but looking forward to giving it a go.
- Set a remote time for my phone camera so I can get in the picture!
- Calls on my watch. Never thought I'd use it but I can now live out my fantasies of living in a Jetsons world. Quality is great and it's especially useful when on a conference call when you don't need to speak much.
- News flash items. I get critical news from Wall Street Journal, NY Times and Washington Post that I can scroll through
- Siri on command. My sole critique is here - you're supposed to be able to "raise to talk to Siri" but it doesn't work well at all. You have to push the little button on the side. Pretty mild criticism, but still on balance it's great because I can say "how's the weather?" or ask a question and boom, instant results
TL;DR There's a ton of stuff, each of which is mostly on the "That's nice but not overwhelming" end of the scale that together makes for a great device. I'm happy with it even at the eye-watering price. And like all Apple devices, if it's too pricey for you, wait a year and you'll get it substantially cheaper.
It is sleek and stylish , though personally and this is just a me thing - I have tiny wrists and would have preferred a slightly smaller screen as it takes up near the entire side of my wrist and its not as comfortable as it could be. Set up is relatively easy; most of the set up guide is embedded in the Tips App on Apple or you can just google it. I found it had a bunch of redundant apps already preloaded so I spent some time erasing some and adding others - everyone wants different things - I don't want a world clock, an app to make emojis or multiple stop watches, but I loved the fact that I could add Starbucks, Peloton and Calm - even though it has its own mindfulness app.
The only two things I could really see that the Sense has and this does not, is the skin temperature sensor and electrodermal activity assessor which helps track and manage stress levels. The new Apple watch now has monitoring for blood oxygen saturation which is very accurate and as an avid hiker I love this but I can also see that now, more than ever with Covid, this could be a very useful tool; and has added a sleep tracking feature. The electrocardiogram feature is fascinating too.
I am not sure I love the associated Fitness app - it shows active calories burned, exercise and how much time you stand, but I dislike the fact that you cannot add specific workouts that you have done, at least not that I can see - its pretty uninspired. I prefer the basic health app that comes on the phone - this is very comprehensive and after using with the watch, it becomes a comprehensive roadmap to your health . The heart health in particular shows your heart rate, ECG, variability, resting heart rate and walking heart rate average and you can set up notifications for low and high heart rate as well as irregular rhythm.
The sleep tracker is far more accurate for me with this watch and it includes sleep graphs and analysis, a wake up phase, and you could also add in the premium app which is free for 7 days then $30 a year thereafter ., includes trends, sleep notes, store detection, a sleep aid and online back up of your data.
I think personally, if Peloton had compatibility with the Fitbit I might have gone that route, but that said, there is so much this can do, it might just take time to get used to and figure out all the features. Overall I am a fan think there is lots more to discover about this watch
Top reviews from other countries
Para os praticantes de atividades físicas o aparelho é excepcional, sendo o campo onde efetivamente se destaca. As funcionalidades relacionadas a saúde são excelentes e muitas delas emitem lembretes regulares para que coloquemos em prática pequenas ações, como ficar em pé, nos movimentar, respirar de forma concentrada etc. Embora algumas dessas funcionalidades também estejam presentes em outros aparelhos, no Apple Watch sua capacidade de personalização e controle é superior.
Embora o design do Apple Watch seja o mais copiado do mercado, há outros com desenho mais chamativo, como é o caso do ZenWatch, por exemplo, que casa muito bem um design moderno com social. No entanto, sem sombra de dúvidas, o design é também um ponto forte do produto, apesar de inexistir diferença entre o Series 6 e os anteriores.
Minha única crítica é quanto à dimensão do aparelho, que mesmo o de 44 mm para uma pessoa grande e um pouco mais atlética (tenho 1,90 m), não fica tão proporcional, mas nada que prejudique a avaliação. Se tivesse de 46-48 mm, acredito que seria o ideal. A bateria poderia ser um pouco mais durável também, já que sua autonomia, em média, é de 2 dias.
Em síntese, é um luxo desnecessário - sobretudo pelo preço -, mas consideravelmente útil!
Reviewed in Brazil 🇧🇷 on February 2, 2021
Produto é bom, qualidade apple, massssss vale tudo isso mesmo? Pra mim não.
O diferencial seria fazer ligação sem o celular por perto, o que não acontece nessa versão, e nem sei se seria tão interessante tb.
Como tudo da Apple, vc paga pra se sentir rico, não pq está levando o melhor produto do mercado, mesmo pq não é, e nunca foi.
... pra tem necessidade de ostentar, e não de achar o melhor custo benefício, vá de Apple.