The new Apple Watch Series 8 keeps the same familiar design as recent models but adds in a skin temperature sensor that allows for menstrual cycle tracking.
It comes in three aluminium colours plus some pricier stainless steel models, and of course Apple’s huge selection of different bands means you can truly personalise the Watch to your liking.
As with most Apple products, the Apple Watch Series 8 is available worldwide and was was announced at a big event on 7 September alongside the new Apple Watch SE 2 and the extreme sports model, the Apple Watch Ultra.
If it’s the regular Apple Watch Series 8 you want to get your hands on, then read on to find out where to buy it in the US and UK.
Where is the Apple Watch Series 8 available?
The Apple Watch Series 8 is available in multiple countries worldwide including the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and many European and Asian nations.
How much does the Apple Watch Series 8 cost?
The Apple Watch Series 8 costs from $399/£419 for the 40mm aluminium model.
The 44mm aluminium model costs $429/£449.
Prices go up if you add cellular functionality or opt for a stainless steel model.
Apple’s website also displays a lot of varying prices on its main landing page for the Apple Watch Series 8 because it pairs the different cases with bands of different prices. You can use Apple’s ‘Create your own style’ tool to mix and match a Watch of your choice.
A special Hermés edition of the Series 8, which is the stainless steel model paired with exclusive Hermés bands that are not sold separately, costs from $1,229/£1,209.
Where can I buy the Apple Watch Series 8?
You can buy the Apple Watch Series 8 now directly from Apple in the US and UK.
It goes on full sale online and in-store on Friday 16 September.
Many other retailers sell the Apple Watch Series 8 in the US and UK. Here are links to those live and ready to buy:
The best Apple Watch Series 8 contract deals
There are plenty of options if you want to buy the Apple Watch Series 8 on contract in the US or UK too.
Three will also stock the Series 8, but at the time of writing it was not listed on its website.