Apple product, so no doubt is good one. Bit costly. But the worst thing is amazon delivery 📦 packaging and first time I got a 2nd hand used and 🔒 locked product. Replacement was done but a dissatisfaction is working in mind. Hope better service from Amazon in future. Sujoy Hembram
I upgraded from the series 2 and i can definitely a significant improvement. Ive previously owned the series 1 and 2 and they both were actually really slow. But the series 4 has a really good improvement in its processing power. There is no lag at all, apps open in no time, and i never get to see the loading circle i used to see in my series 2. Battery life also seems to be really good. It easily works without a charge throughout the weekend.
The stainless steel back just looks stunning and the bigger bezel less display has really good colors. Siri also speaks now, receiving phone calls is also easier because of the louder speaker now. However, the ECG feature is not out yet, apple will take their own sweet time to get medical permission from india and then they will enable it. I was really disappointed that the ECG feature isn’t available in india. Its been like 3- months since the release and still we cant see the ecg feature out yet.
Now I personally dont even think that apple is planning to release it soon in india. Thats the only drawback I found in the watch
For the first time since the original Apple Watch, the hardware has been fully redesigned, with a new body and new sizes. But it’s not a major overhaul. These still look like the Apple Watches you’re used to: they have the same rounded-corner lozenge shape, the same glass that curves around to match the body, and the same digital crown and single-button layout. The two new sizes are 40mm and 44mm, but they really don’t feel that much bigger on your wrist than the old sizes. I was using the 42mm Series 3 and the 44mm size is only subtly bigger, but it’s also subtly thinner. To me, it feels about the same, but I think the trade-off of size for thinness is worth it. I suspect the same will be true for people who prefer the smaller size, but my recommendation is to go to a store and try one on before buying.
I’m really happy — and impressed — that Apple managed to make existing Watch bands fully compatible with the new sizes. Even my old third-party bands fit seamlessly into the new Watch body.
Things look different when the screen turns on. The screen on the Series 4 is just incredibly good. Apple says it’s 30 percent bigger, which is one of those specs that’s easy to just sort of pass over when you read it. But 30 percent is a lot, and you absolutely notice it right away.
It’s still OLED so the blacks are truly black and blend into the watchface glass. But if you pick a full-screen watchface, you’ll see that the screen also goes closer to the edges of the Watch than before, including the rounded corners.
Last but certainly not least: the battery size is about the same. Battery life on the Series 4 is as good or better than on the Series 3 Watch. Apple claims 18 hours of regular use or six hours of outdoor workouts. I haven’t done a six-hour outdoor workout (and I don’t plan to), but my testing shows the battery life far exceeds Apple’s own claims.
The battery life is so good that I wish Apple gave me an option for an always-on ambient screen, maybe by turning off some radios. Alas, you still have to turn your wrist to see the time.