Apple Smart Watch Sport 7000 Series Review


Apple Watch 7000 Series Review
Apple Smart Watch Sport 7000 Series
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4 stars
  • Excellent
$294.00
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  • Design
    Editor: 72%
  • Durability
    Editor: 78%
  • Value for Money
    Editor: 69%

Review Summary:

One thing is for sure, the smartwatch industry has never been the same ever since Apple joined in. Before, the smartwatch industry is just composed of small companies and a few Android OEMs releasing smartwatches one after another.

Price when Reviewed: $294.00
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One thing is for sure, the smartwatch industry has never been the same ever since Apple joined in. Before, the smartwatch industry is just composed of small companies and a few Android OEMs releasing smartwatches one after another. But everything’s changed now, Apple came in and just took the competition away from the other companies with the introduction of their own series of Apple Watch. One of them, the so-called Apple Watch Sport is unique on its own. It features a case that’s made from 7000 Series aluminum which comes in different color variations. The display itself features an Ion-X glass which is the same with the Gorilla Glass and offers high level of protection. The build quality alone of the Apple Watch collection is on another level and that is why they are so hard to beat.

The Apple Watch Sport is just one of the Apple Watch collection that’s recently been introduced and you can actually say that the company had did a fine job with it. It’s got an elegant design with a very smooth finish and feel to it. Another good thing about its design is that it is so easy to swap out its bands. You are free to choose whichever band you like for it since there are lot of bands available for it. As mentioned earlier, the body is made from 7000 Series aluminum making it scratch-resistant. And it’s true, you won’t be able to scratch it easily unless of course if you intentionally scratch on a harder material. On the front, you’ll find a fantastic display that could be even better than the one you find on the Moto 360. On the back is where you can find the heart rate monitor which does its job really well. On the side is the digital crown that is so easy to use. You can either press it, double press it, long press it or spin it to access different functionalities, menus and options. Long-pressing the crown will open up Siri while double-pressing it will take you back to your recently used app. You can also swipe up, swipe or do a force touch too on the display to access more apps.

Apple is always known for its software and you can also see it on their Apple Watch collection. It does take some time getting used to but once you do, everything will be easy. The Apple Watch Sport has access to the numerous iOS apps on its Watch iOS which makes the watch a big worth for its price. Using the Apple Watch Sport didn’t caused a lot of trouble. In fact, you’ll certainly have a good time with it and the more you use it the more you’ll find it as the perfect companion for your iPhone.

Product Features:

  • AMOLED display
  • Force Touch
  • Ion-x Glass
  • 7000 Series aluminum casing
  • Accelerometer, gyroscope, heart rate sensor, ambient light sensor
  • NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 LE
  • Apple Pay support
  • Wireless charging

Pros:

  • Beautiful, elegant design.
  • Tough, scratch-resistant display.
  • Decent fitness tracker.
  • Receives notifications really well.
  • Force Touch
  • Supports Apple Pay

Cons:

  • Rather expensive.
  • Battery is not that impressive.
  • No GPS.

Summary:

Even though this is the first line of smartwatches that Apple has produced, they still did a fine job with it. The Apple Watch Sport is perhaps the best example of beautiful smartwatch with lots of functionalities.

Price when Reviewed: $294.00
Buy on Amazon

One thing is for sure, the smartwatch industry has never been the same ever since Apple joined in. Before, the smartwatch industry is just composed of small companies and a few Android OEMs releasing smartwatches one after another.

$294.00
Editor rating
Rated 4 stars
User rating
Rated 0 stars