i understand the security of having a Apple Warranty, but I’ve been an Apple Watch user since the original... I’ve never had any circumstances where I had to take my AW in for issues. Mileage may vary, of course. But as long as the owner has been careful with the AW, it would seem like a no-brainer.
The warranty is most used in the first few weeks when a defect pops up. If it’s a year old with no problems, you probably don‘t have much to worry about for a while. Most all of the problems I’ve heard of with Apple Watches popped up either very early or after 2 or more years (bulging batteries, dead pixels, etc). And those are fairly rare.
Agreed! The Apple Watch is definitely a device I will always have AppleCare+ on. Especially since I have the aluminum version.In my case I would not get an Apple Watch I cannot put AppleCare+ on, but that’s just for me, I’m clumsy and sometimes I can hit my watch against the wall. And also have a crazy Malinois 1 year old dog that still behaves like a puppy!
No. That is the reason they came out with the newer model - called the series 5.So, as I see it, the biggest difference between the 4 and 5 is the AOD. Any chance this feature will be coming to the series 4?
Correction: Apple does sell the Series 4 refurbished, they do not sell it new in the box.No. That is the reason they came out with the newer model - called the series 5.
Apple does not even sell the series 4 anymore. Still lots of inventory out there, but Apple is selling the series 3 and series 5