iPhone Watch Series 4 review

iPhone Watch Series 4 review

In many ways, the iPhone Watch series 4 has always been a very close second to the original iPhone, but it’s the fourth iteration that looks to be doing a bit more than that.

In fact, the watch series 4 is going to be the first Apple Watch with a 4.7-inch display, rather than the 4.2-inch screen on the iPhone 5 and 5s.

The 4.0-inch Apple Watch Series 3 was the only watch to feature a 4-inch iPhone display, but in the case of the 4-and-a-half-inch watch, that wasn’t a big deal.

It was an extra-tall model that was too small for most people’s wrists.

And in the 4th generation of Apple Watch, the company decided to move the display up a couple inches in height from the 3.8-inch to 4.5-inch position, which has made the 4s a much bigger watch, with a much more comfortable fit.

And although it’s still a bit tall, the new 4- and a half-inch model looks to feel more comfortable than its predecessor, and is a much better choice for people who want a bigger and more comfortable watch than a 3.9-inch or 4.1-inch option.

We’ll be comparing the 4 and 4.6-inch models, which both run on the latest version of the iOS platform.

If you’re looking for a more traditional watch, Apple has released a new version of its Watch Series, which is a little more expensive, but has the same functionality as the more expensive Series 4.

You can get the Series 4 from $699, and if you buy the new version, you’ll get an automatic firmware update.

That means you’ll have to wait until December to get the new Series 4, but the watch will be available by mid-April.

And for those of you that love to wear your Apple Watch while traveling, Apple is now offering the new Apple Watch Air for a reduced price of $399, which includes a wireless charging pad, a case, and the new iOS 9 watch app.

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