It seems that no one has responded for a long time. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Will a 42 mm strap fit my 44 mm watch? The watch is from the SE series. Apple Watch SE, watchOS 7 You can combine most bands with any Apple Watch Series 3 or newer case of the same size.
For Apple Watch Series 3, the 40mm band works with the 38mm case; the 44mm band works with the 42mm case. The straps only fit the selected case size and are not compatible with other case sizes. For example, a size 5 for a 40mm housing does not work with a 44mm housing, and vice versa. Apple Watch Series 4, Series 5, and Series 6 come in 40mm and 44mm case sizes, so they're the same.
As long as you get the same size for the new Apple Watch, the existing bands should fit seamlessly. There's no problem with your current watch bands if you have a lot of them. In terms of size, the 38mm bands fit the new 40mm, while the old 42mm bands fit the 44mm bands. There is no problem with the covers of the three band sizes 42mm, 44mm and 45mm.
There is no problem with the covers of the three band sizes 38mm, 40mm and 41mm. the same watch band mounting slots, the smaller 38mm and 40mm displays also have smaller screen sizes. On the 38mm case, the 40mm strap works with the 38mm case; on the 44mm case, the 44mm strap works with the 42mm case. Apple Watches have interchangeable straps, which means you can change and exchange them for different styles at any time.
When you buy an Apple Watch band, you may need to specify which watch it is for, large or small, but you can usually get any of the bands for any of the watches. Apple Watch Series 6 has an always-on display that's brighter than before, so you don't need to make that awkward wrist movement to see the time. While it may seem at first that Apple has unceremoniously eradicated support for all previous models, don't worry, it didn't. Solo Loop and Braided Solo Loop bands are only compatible with Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 4 or newer.
While Apple Watch has been around for many years, Apple has maintained the same ear design every year. We've combined the new 41mm Solo Loop in English Lavender with the 40mm Series 6 in aluminum (blue), as well as the new Nike Sport Loop 45mm in black with the Apple Watch SE 44mm in black aluminum. This is because when Apple slightly increased the size of the Apple Watch case, they kept the same strap sizes. However, the company made it a little more confusing to quickly find the accessory made for your watch size.
In case you didn't know, they're only compatible with Apple Watch SE, Series 4, and newer models. Apple Watches have two screen sizes, 42 mm and 44 mm, but both models have the same mounting slots for the watch straps. Usually, any watch band will be compatible with any Apple Watch, however, there are some differences in which Apple Watch band you can use depending on whether you have opted for the large or small version of your Apple Watch generation. The watch comes in a new case size of 41 mm and 45 mm, moving away from the 40 mm and 44 mm size that has been the standard of the last generations of Apple Watch.