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With three new Apple Watch models, there’s sure to be a watch for everyone.

Apple is currently taking preorders for a trio of new smartwatches that were announced alongside the iPhone 14 lineup and a new pair of AirPods Pro this week. With three new Apple Watch models, there’s sure to be a watch for everyone.

The new Apple Watch SE, for example, is an affordable option for kids or those who aren’t sure about using a smartwatch. The Apple Watch Series 8 now has a temperature sensor that’s used to track women’s reproductive health, and the Apple Watch Ultra is the biggest and toughest watch Apple has ever made—ideal for adventurers and those who spend a lot of time outdoors.

That’s just a quick summary of each model—below you’ll find more information about each Apple Watch model and how you can get one on your wrist as fast as possible.

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Apple Watch SE

Apple updated the Apple Watch SE, the company’s entry-level wearable. The second-gen Apple Watch SE is now more affordable with Apple dropping the price from $279 to $249 for the Wi-Fi-only 40mm model, while the cellular version goes from $299 to $329 for the same size. If you want the 44mm version, expect to pay $279 and $329, respectively.

The biggest changes to the new Watch SE are all internal. The watch uses the same processor as the Series 8 and Ultra. That not only boosts the overall performance of the Watch SE, but it means that Apple will continue to support it with software updates for years to come. Out of the box, the Watch SE can detect car crashes and call for help if you’re unresponsive.

The Apple Watch SE comes in starlight, silver or midnight. It’s available to order right now, with deliveries slated to start on Sept. 16.

Apple Watch Series 8

The Apple Watch Series 8 looks a lot like last year’s Series 7, but has one important new feature—a temperature sensor. More specifically, the Series 8 will monitor your skin’s temperature while you sleep and…

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