Apple is launching the new Apple Watch Nike+ Series 4 today, with the device available in stores and early preorders delivered to customers, as reported by Mac Rumors. However, for those who want to buy a Watch at an Apple Store, there might be a wait as only limited quantities are available.
This version of the new Apple Watch has a few changes that separate it from the primary Series 4 model. There are new Nike watchfaces and sport bands, including three molded bands (all black, white with a black accent, and black with a neon yellow accent). There’s also a woven band in black or a silvery gray with reflective thread woven in. The Watch comes with the Nike Run Club app and Nike Training Club app preinstalled, which offers over 180 workouts.
The Apple Watch Nike+ Series 4 comes in 40mm and 44mm sizes, and it can be bought as a package with any of the aforementioned bands, minus the black and neon yellow ones. (They have to be purchased separately.) This new Apple Watch Nike+ model is priced between $399 and $499 in the US, and additional bands can be bought for $49 each. The Watch is widely available starting today around the world, including in the US, Australia, Canada, UK, and large swaths of Asia and Europe.