If the band is compatible with the following sizes, you can use it with Apple Watch Series 1, 2 and 3, Apple Watch Series 4 and Apple Watch SE. There is no problem with the covers of the three band sizes 38 mm, 40 mm and 41 mm. In addition to the larger screen in Series 5, it also comes in new sizes. The Series 3 screen was smaller than the Series 5 screen.
Series 5 housings come in 40 mm and 44 mm sizes, while Series 3 housings come in sizes 38 mm and 42 mm. In addition, Series 3 does not have this capability. Although Apple Watch Series 4, 5 and the new Apple Watch Series 6 come in slightly different case sizes (40 mm or 44 mm), your old Series 3 and earlier bands will still fit in the new cases. Due to Apple's slightly larger case size, the strap sizes remained the same as before.
All Series 4, 5 and 6 models come with a standard case size, as do the SE models. Apple Watches are available in sizes ranging from 140 to 220 mm, but the 44 mm Apple Watch on the small wrist may appear too large, since it is not as large as the Apple Watch on the large wrist. Contrary to some rumors prior to the event, the redesigned Apple Watch Series 7 will not require new watch bands and will continue to be compatible with all previous ones. The Watch SE is only available in aluminum and no leather or stainless steel bands are offered as standard, although again, you can buy the bands separately or use the Apple Watch Studio to create your perfect device.
With the Apple Watch coming in so many different case sizes, it's no wonder people get confused as to which of the different watch bands will fit the watch they have. Apple didn't create a Magic Keyboard for iPad mini 6, and Lululook's magnetic keyboard may be a testament to why. The graphite stainless steel (45mm) option costs a lot more with the Space Black Milanese Loop strap, so you'll save a solid amount by opting for aluminum over stainless steel, and you'll also get a Solo Loop, Braided Solo Loop, Sport Band, or Sport Loop for the price. As with the Series 7 and Watch SE models, alternative straps can be purchased separately for the Nike Series 7 models or the Watch SE Nike models for an additional cost.
Apple Watches have interchangeable straps, which means you can change them and change them for different styles at any time. If the strap is properly installed, it will not slide freely until you hold down the strap release button. Two colors are available for the 38mm and 42mm watches, although it also works with the Series 7 and Watch SE models. Nike Watch SE models have the same hardware as the Apple Watch SE, so they don't have an always-on display, blood oxygen monitoring, or ECG, but they still have features such as fall detection, always-on altimeter, and built-in compass.
With three ranges, GPS and GPS and Cellular models, two different sizes, plus all the straps that can be mixed and matched, as well as the additional Nike, Hermès and Watch Edition models, choosing the right Apple Watch for you is more complicated than it seems at first glance. There are 23 standard models available, ignoring specialized ranges such as Nike, Hermès and Watch Edition for now, we'll discuss them below. The Nike model is available in the Series 7 and Watch SE models, with nine models in total, six for Series 7 and three for the Watch SE. Apple Watch Hermès models have a special Hermès watch face, leather straps handmade by the craftsmen of the fashion company in France and the Hermès logo on the lower body of the watch, as well as on the strap.