Apple Watch Series 5 Titanium Models Weigh Up to 13% Less Than Stainless Steel Models

When the Apple Watch Collection 5 lineup was once offered previous this week, tech specifications on Apple’s website online indexed improper weights for the brand new fashions in accordance with Collection 4 weights. Apple has since corrected the information, offering for a correct comparability of the brand new titanium casing possibility with stainless-steel.


40mm and 44mm titanium Collection 5 fashions weigh 35.1 and 41.7 grams respectively, in line with Apple, which is as much as 13 p.c lighter than the 40mm and 44mm stainless-steel Collection 5 fashions at 40.6 and 47.8 grams respectively.

In the meantime, 40mm and 44mm aluminum Collection 5 fashions weigh 30.8 and 36.5 grams respectively, which is nearly the similar as aluminum Collection 4 fashions. And the ceramic Collection 5 fashions weigh 39.7 and 46.7 grams respectively, making them reasonably lighter than ceramic Collection 3 fashions, in spite of having better shows.

Apple Watch Collection 5 pre-orders started previous this week, with deliveries to consumers and in-store availability beginning Friday, September 20. Key options come with an always-on show, a brand new Compass app, world emergency calling on cell fashions, and the brand new casing choices.

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