Apple Watch Series 5 – Is it Worth Upgrading?

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Apple just unveiled the Apple Watch Series 5, and while it doesn’t include very many changes, it packs the feature that EVERYONE was asking for.. an always-on display!

This feature makes a massive difference for a lot of people.

Other than that, there are some new features like the variable refresh rate display with new LTPO technology.

There’s also a new S5 processor that helps with the battery life, and much more!

So should you upgrade from a Series 3 or Series 4 Apple Watch to a Series 5 Apple Watch? Watch the video to find out!

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35 thoughts on “Apple Watch Series 5 – Is it Worth Upgrading?

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  2. Finally the Apple Watch series 5 is out, which means that the series 4 will be cheaper. Now I can finally afford a used series 1

  3. I have a Series 2 that i bought used from one of my co-workers when he upgraded to the 3. I'm not sure if I want to get the 5 or just wait to see what the 6 has in store.. honestly the only thing I really use it for is to pause my music and Apple Pay, lol

  4. I’m using the series4 and I am really good with it, I don’t see a real reason like you said to really upgrade to the series5. I feel like the always on display will just drain the battery even more. Thank you for your honest review

  5. I don’t see a strong use case for always on display. The watch already turns on when you look at it. Always on is just a nice thing to have, more on cosmetics than actual usefulness

  6. I’m using my series 4 stainless steel gold watch and it’s still greet to me. I have it running on watchOS 6 And everything is faster now and more accurate like when I left my wrist to look at the time it turns on right away so just because that always on display on the series 5 it’s not that serious so I’d rather stick with my series 4 for now….it’s like apple made the same thing twice the phones are the same and the watches are the same and just changed like 3 things of them all lol smh oh well

  7. how about your from series 1 and our retail store here offers the series 4 at a really very interesting discounted price? should i get it or just go up with the higher tagged series 5?

  8. If you don’t have a Apple Watch then most definitely get the series 5 hands down! I have the iPhone XS Max and the series 4 watch and I’m not upgrading to a iPhone 11pro Max and a series 5 watch! For what? I paid a great amount already not too long ago for both of these and they are still new and great and not much of a difference for me to upgrade!

  9. Yes sure I am getting the series 5 🙂 Have been waiting for the on all time watch face since the first Apple Watch series 😉

  10. I currently have the series 3 Apple Watch. Originally I wanted the 4 but it was a little out of my price range. I will be upgrading to the 5 simply by I wanted the 4 and they discontinued it, and the five is the same price as the 4 sooo yeah

  11. Just pre-ordered! I originally started with the series 0, then upgraded to series 4. But like you, I really needed the “always on” feature for work. So I’m selling my 4 and ordered the 5.

  12. Not upgrading from the series 4 anytime soon. My Apple Watch features that I value are the workout app, BT which allows me to use it as a remote when listening to BT headphones and phone-free wireless. Those key features haven't prompted me to upgrade. Plus the trade in value for Apple Watches is low.

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