Here is what an Apple Watch Series 2 will cost you

As expected, Apple launched a new series of Apple Watches today, calling it Series 2. The news came alongside the launch of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Both new lines of devices will be available for preorder on Friday and will ship on the 16th, but Apple wasn't clear on the Watch's pricing, other than that it starts at $369.

The company also said the Series 2 will come in a new material: ceramic. There was also no mention of gold, or the names "Sport" or "Edition". As you can see from the photo above, there's a new Apple Watch Nike Plus model as well.

If it seems a bit confusing, that's because it is. To start things off, it would appear that the ceramic model is the new Apple Watch Edition. In fact, Apple's own website doesn't list the gold model anymore.

Here's a breakdown of Apple Watch Series 2 pricing:

Casing Band Size Price
Aluminum Sport, Nylon, and Nike 38mm $369
42mm $399
Stainless Steel, Space Black Sport 38mm $549
42mm $599
Stainless Steel Saddle Brown Classic Buckle, Milanese Loop, 38mm $649
42mm $699
Midnight Blue Leather Loop 42mm $699
Link Bracelet 38mm $949
42mm $999
Rose Jaipur Epsom Leather Single Tour 38mm $1149
Etoupe Swift Leather Double Buckle Cuff 38mm $1499
Feu Epsom Leather Single Tour 42mm $1199
Fauve Barenia Leather Single Tour Deployment Buckle 42mm $1399
Etoupe Swift Leather Double Tour, Fauve Barenia Leather Double Tour 38mm $1299
Fauve Barenia Leather Single Tour 38mm $1149
42mm $1199
Space Black Black Milanese Loop 38mm $699
42mm $749
Space Black Link Bracelet 38mm $1049
42mm $1099
White Ceramic Sport 38mm $1249
42mm $1299

That's the full breakdown of Apple Watch Series 2 pricing. Keep in mind that there are a lot of great third-party bands on the market and they're all interchangeable, so you don't have to pay quite the prices that Apple is asking in some of these cases.

It's also worth noting that the original Apple Watch - now called Apple Watch Series 1 - now starts at $269, or $299 for the larger 42mm model. The company is only selling the aluminum models of Series 1, but they've been upgraded with the new dual-core chipset that's found in the Apple Watch Series 2.

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