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Those thrilled by Apple’s wearable announcements earlier this week need wait no further to snag their new device. Apple Watch Series 4 preorders opened today at 12:01am PT/3:01am ET, allowing customers in over 30 countries to order one of Apple’s newest smartwatches. If you ordered in the dead of the night, you’re likely to get your watch on September 21. But shipping times are already stretching out. Depending on the model, US customers can expect their new Series 4 Watches to be delivered between October 5 and October 19. Those who elect to pick up their Watch at an Apple store need only to wait until September 21, when the Series 4 becomes available for purchase in stores.
The Apple Watch Series 4 comes in 40mm and 44mm sizes and starts at $399 for the GPS-only models and $499 for the GPS and cellular models. The
come in silver, space gray, and gold colors, and all are available in either aluminum or stainless steel.