Apple, alongside the launch of the iPhone SE and a smaller 9.7-inch iPad Pro, introduced a new Apple Watch nylon strap in order let users customise the wearable device even more. However, to avoid the confusion and to let interested buyers view how a particular model will look with different straps, the Cupertino company has now introduced a new tool, essentially an interactive gallery, on its website.
This new tool lets users mix and match different Apple Watch models with a range of straps and watch faces, helping them to decide the final combination. On the page, users can now slide through three different tabs showing the entire range of Apple Watch models, straps, and Watch faces. However, there is no option to directly add the desired combination to the cart. Therefore, users would still need to go back and select the combination starting from scratch again to buy it.
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Apple last week slashed the retail price of the Apple Watch in India by Rs. 5,000. With the price slash, the cheapest variant - Apple Watch Sport (38mm) - is now available in the country at a price point of Rs. 25,900. The Cupertino-based tech firm at its Spring event also announced that it is making the Apple Watch less expensive to purchase. The company announced a $50 cut on the Sports model of the Apple Watch. In line with the announcement, Apple India told Gadgets 360 that it has knocked off Rs. 5,000 from the aforementioned model. Apple launched the Apple Watch in India in November last year, with the Sport (38mm) variant costing Rs. 30,900, and the Sport (42mm) variant costing Rs. 35,900.