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Low cost Apple Watch a winner – Sydney Morning Herald

Lower-cost phones, watches and tablets are all the rage in this pandemic economy. Apple has certainly seen the writing on the wall, releasing the iPhone SE earlier in the year and now an Apple Watch SE and 8th Generation iPad, alongside the more expensive Apple Watch Series 6 and iPad Air.
The most surprising of the announcements was the Watch SE, which is Apple’s first low-cost watch. $429 versus $599 is a decent saving, and it’s actually not missing any truly vital functions for most people, …

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