Apple refreshes Apple Watch band lineup with new colors and styles

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As it has done after every Apple Watch release, Apple on Wednesday updated its Apple Watch band offerings with new colors and styles, including a new gold Milanese loop.

All the new watch bands are compatible with the just announced Apple Watch Series 4, as well as all previous Watch generations.

Starting off, Apple has updated the popular Milanese loop with a new gold option to match the new gold stainless steel Watch. It most closely matches the stainless steel model, but will also work with the gold aluminum model. It runs $149 and only supports the larger 44mm model.

Apple Watch Gold Milanese Loop

Next, we have two new hues of the leather loop.

apple watch leather loop

The leather loop is available now in Forest Green and Cape Cod Blue for $149, again only supporting the larger Watch model.

Sport Loop

The popular Sport Loops were updated with many fresh colors including Cape Cod Blue, Nectarine, Hibiscus, Storm Gray, and Indigo. They are available at $49 for either of the two sizes.

Standard Sport Bands were updated with three new colors — Nectarine, Blue Horizon, and Lavender Gray. They still run $49 apiece.

Modern Buckle is back with four new colors — Forest Green, Peony Pink, Cape Cod Blue, and Ruby (PRODUCT)Red. They each run $149.

Leathter Single Tour Rallye

For the Herm&eacutes bands, a new 44mm Fauve Grained Barenia Leather Single Tour Rallye. It costs $439 for the privilege.

Hermes Band

There is also two new colors in the Herm&eacutes 44mm Swift Leather Single Tour — Bordeaux/Rose Extr&eacuteme/Rose Azal&eacutee and Indigo/Craie/Orange. They cost $339.

Apple also updated their case lineup for the latest iPhone XS, XS Max and XR models.

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