Apple’s online store is down as of writing as the company prepares to open pre-orders for the Apple Watch Series 7, but unusually Apple still hasn’t officially provided full pricing information for the new models.

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Despite that, YouTuber and leaker Jon Prosser managed to find out pricing details for the new series and has published a full breakdown for each model and casing.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, prices are basically equivalent to Series 6 models. ‌Apple Watch Series 7‌ starts at $399 for the 41mm aluminum version, while the 45mm version costs $429. Stainless steel versions start at $699, and titanium versions begin at $799.

  • Series 7 – 41mm Aluminum (GPS) $399
  • Series 7 – 45mm Aluminum (GPS) $429
  • Series 7 – 41mm Aluminum 41mm (GPS + Cellular) $499
  • Series 7 – 45mm Aluminum (GPS + Cellular) $529
  • Series 7 – 41mm Stainless Steel w/ Sport band (GPS + Cellular) $699
  • Series 7 – 45mm Stainless Steel w/ Sport band (GPS + Cellular) $749
  • Series 7 – 41mm Stainless Steel w/ Milanese Loop (GPS + Cellular) $749
  • Series 7 – 45mm Stainless Steel w/ Milanese Loop (GPS + Cellular) $799
  • Series 7 – 41mm Titanium (GPS + Cellular) $799
  • Series 7 – 45mm Titanium (GPS + Cellular) $849
  • Series 7 – 41mm Nike (GPS) $399
  • Series 7 – 45mm Nike (GPS) $429
  • Series 7 – 41mm Nike (GPS + Cellular) $499
  • Series 7 – 45mm Nike (GPS + Cellular) $529

The ‌‌Apple Watch Series 7‌‌ models will be available for pre-order today in more than 50 countries around the world, and will be launching on Friday, October 15. Those hoping for an ‌‌Apple Watch Series 7‌‌ on launch day should aim to place an order right when the ‌Apple Store‌ comes up as there have been rumors of supply constraints.

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