Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE deliveries start to arrive

Apple Watch Series 6 Apple Watch Se
Apple Watch Series 6 Apple Watch Se (Image credit: Daniel Bader / Android Central)

What you need to know

  • The new Apple Watch Series 6 and SE have arrived.
  • Both are available to buy now, and some are also shipping today.
  • A few lucky customers have already got their hands on them.

Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE are both available from today, but it's also the first day of shipping, which means a few lucky pre-order customers have already got their hands on the new devices.

Twitter is already seeing the first glimpses of happy customers both at home and in-store.

In Barcelona, Spain customers lined up, socially distanced and in masks, outside of Apple La Maquinista, and were greeted by applause from store staff on what is the first day of availability for Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, and the new iPad.

Some customers were lucky enough to get their pre-orders in nice and early, and it looks like shipments are already starting to arrive.

Apple Watch Series 6 delivers Apple's brand new Blood Oxygen monitor, new colors, a faster processor, Fitness+, and all-new Watch bands to go with it.

Apple Watch SE includes a lot of the same features as Apple Watch Series 5, reflected in its cheaper $279 starting price tag, and a small $50 jump for cellular. It doesn't have an always-on display, but it does come packing a 30% larger display over the Apple Watch Series 3.

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If you're excited about Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE, then you should definitely check out iMore's hands-on for our very first look at both brand new devices.

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