Apple revealed the official launch date for the Apple Watch Nike+ on Friday. The new wearable, built in tandem with Nike, will be available to order on October 28.
The Apple Watch Nike+ offer all the features found in the regular Apple Watch Series 2. It adds a special sports band and Nike software. You’ll find exclusive Nike watch faces, for example, and a Nike+ Run Club complication. You can compete with friends and view leaderboards right from your wrist, too.
Why this matters:
The Apple Watch Nike+ was unveiled next to the Apple Watch Series 2 last month. Until now, we weren’t sure exactly when it was going to hit the market. The 38mm model will start at $369 while the 42mm case will set you back $399. Runners, mark your calendars.