Apple have announced the second iteration of Apple Watch.
Known as Apple Watch Series 2, the wearable has been much improved when it comes to water resistance. Whereas the first model was splash-proof, Series 2 is now swim-proof – and can last up to 50 minutes in 1.5 meters of water.
For those not interested in dunking your new watch, however, there are a host of new features to impress. Boasting the brightest display ever seen on an Apple product, the device also now comes with integrated GPS.
A new dual-core processor is also included, offering 50% faster processing.
Price-wise, this is where things get a little more complicated, as Apple have seen fit to bring out a host of new watches, including four Nike+ versions costing £369 each;
A Hermes collaboration collection that ranges in price from £1,149 to £1,549;
And even a special Ceramic edition that will set you back £1,249;
Pre-orders start on September 9, with sales starting on September 16.