What’s inside the new Apple Watch?
Let’s find out how the tech giant’s latest smart timepiece works
This larger speaker is 50 per cent louder than the previous model and uses a silicone gasket to keep the water out.
The casing has been redesigned to be thinner and more accessible, so your new Watch is easier to repair if it breaks.
This OLED display extends close to the edge of the glass, and the deep blacks blend right into the background.
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This dial now clicks slightly as you turn it for improved feedback, and you touch it to use the ECG system.
This single board holds almost all the Watch’s ‘brains’. The S4 chip is twice as fast as the Apple Watch Series 3.
This plate sits inside the back case and absorbs heat from the motherboard to stop it reaching your wrist.
The back panel contains the wireless charging ring, as well as the electric ring that touches your wrist to enable ECG measurements. The new screen is bigger, which has allowed Apple to display a huge amount of useful information on the watch face
The battery in the new Watch is actually smaller than the old one, but it still manages around 18 hours between charges.
This little box uses magnets to create the feeling that the Watch is tapping you on your wrist when you get a notification.