Find Out Which Apple Watch Is Best For You With The Apple Store App

Find Out Which Apple Watch Is Best For You With The Apple Store App
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Apple announced a bunch of new details about its new Apple Watch this week, but if you’re interested in getting one for yourself, it’s kind of a confusing mess to figure out which one to get. The Apple Store app has a handy feature that makes at least one part of that process a little easier.

If you open up the Apple Store app, you can take a look at the two different watch sizes in actual size so you can decide which size is best for your wrist. If you need a little more help still, MacWorld has a guide that breaks down the absurd number of options you have to choose from as well.

Apple jas also put together a sizing guide for the different strap sizes. You have until the April 10 preorder date to make your decision (or talk yourself out of buying one), but you can get a head start now if you’re into it.

Your iPhone can help you decide which Apple Watch case fits best [Cult of Mac]


  • The screenshot at the top of the article is useless. The only reason the app works is because it knows the physical dimensions of the iPhone’s screen, it can’t be put on a PC or Mac screen accurately without knowing the resolution, DPI and viewable area dimensions.

    Also not sure I trust an Apple app to give a truthful assessment of which Apple watch (that you probably don’t need anyway) is the one you should buy.

    • I think it’s an example…

      Also, it would be pretty easy for them to be caught out if they are providing incorrect sizes, so that seems unlikely.

      • I realise that, but putting the words ‘actual size’ on the example isn’t exactly a smart move.

  • I just went to the site to determine which watch was best for me and the answer was none. None of the Apple watches are best for me.

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