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Cheapest Apple Watch Series 6 Price in Philippines is ₱ 16,466.07

The Apple Watch Series 6 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Apple Watch Series 6 price in Philippines is ₱ 16,466.07 from Amazon. You can also choose between different Apple Watch Series 6 variants with 40mm Aluminium Silver starting from ₱ 34,017.00 and 44mm Aluminium Blue at ₱ 27,498.00. Apple Watch Series 6 price details are updated July 2021.

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Price List by Country for Apple Watch Series 6

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 869.99 ₱ 5,603.00
Indonesia IDR 5.369.000 ₱ 18,510.00
Malaysia MYR 1,400.00 ₱ 16,555.00
Philippines PHP 16,466.07 ₱ 16,466.00
Singapore SGD 519.00 ₱ 19,112.00
Thailand THB 11,690 ₱ 17,794.00
Vietnam VND 8.990.000 ₱ 19,519.00

Apple Watch Series 6 Specs

Display Size 1.57"
Display Resolution 448 x 368pixels
Display Type OLED
Display Material Sapphire crystal
Fitness Tracker Yes
Heart Rate Monitor No
Blood Oxygen Yes
Music Control Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes
Stress Tracker Yes
Menstrual Tracker No
Messaging Yes
Pedometer Yes
Battery Life 18h
Charging Wireless Charging
Battery Type Li-Ion
Battery Capacity 303.8mAh
Bluetooth Version 5
Bluetooth Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
Technical Details
Water Resistant Depths 50m
Water Resistant Yes
Speaker Yes
Built-in Microphone Yes
eSIM Yes
Operating System
OS watchOS 7
iOS compatibility Yes
Android compatibility No
Windows Phone Compatibility No
Internal Storage 32GB
RAM 1000MB
Brightness Sensor Yes
Acceleration Sensor Yes
Barometer Sensor Yes
Gyro Sensor Yes
Dimensions (W x H x D) 34 x 40 x 10.7mm
Weight 30g
Body Colour Blue
Body Shape Rectangular
Strap Material Silicone
Body Material Stainless Steel
Removable Strap Yes
Strap Colour Blue
Processor Core Dual Core

Apple Watch Series 6: Minute Improvements

The Apple Watch 6 (or Apple Watch Series 6 if you want to be all proper about it) is the latest watch from the company alongside the Apple Watch SE that launched at the same time. Apple Watches are rising in popularity to the point where most will know that they’re small second screens that connect your iPhone to your wearable, and you might be wondering whether the new device offers anything massively alluring; if you’re thinking about upgrading from an older model you’ll be especially keen to learn what’s new.


The Apple Watch Series 6 design is the same as that of any recent Apple Watch (as in, from the Apple Watch 4 onwards). Coming in 40mm and 44mm flavors for smaller or larger wrists respectively, you’ll see the same rounded edges that merge into the screen, the digital crown that spins through the interface with a simple flick of the finger, and the power button below that functions as a way to jump between apps.

On the rear of the Apple Watch 6 you’ve got a heart rate monitor that’s been upgraded time and again, and which here include new features like blood oxygen sensing and the electrocardiogram (ECG) monitor, in addition to checking on your regular heart rate and alerting you if things get higher or lower than normal.

The Apple Watch 6 is also 5ATM certified, which means it can be used for swimming and pop down to a depth of 50m for 10 minutes if you so wish- but, in reality, it means that the Apple Watch is fully protected against ‘normal’ swimming.

The bigger story in terms of the Apple Watch 6 design is the new range of colors and the shade that caught peoples’ eyes particularly is the (PRODUCT) red. A color that Apple has used for a few years now to help promote the organization trying to rid the world of AIDS, and it’s the most striking colour of the bunch. The other colors, gold, silver, graphite, space gray and blue), are also premium-looking, and fit nicely with the well-manufactured feel of the Apple Watch.


The Apple Watch 6 display uses OLED technology, and it’s a fine-looking screen as a result. When you’re in darker places, it’s only the numbers, letters or whatever’s on the screen that you can see, as OLED technology enables incredible contrast between the black and white tones, which makes whatever is on the Apple Watch 6 look really striking.

Where older Apple Watch models (and the Apple Watch SE) require you to raise your wrist to see what the time is or check a notification, the Watch 6 continues where the Watch 5 left off with an always-on display.

Blood Oxygen Readings

The standout feature here is a new sensor that can measure the oxygen saturation of your blood, also known as SpO2. This metric indicates how well your circulatory and respiratory systems are delivering oxygenated blood to your body. The Series 6 uses similar technology as a pulse oximeter- the device they clip onto your finger at the doctor’s office- to measure your blood oxygen saturation.

Its SpO2 sensor shines red and infrared light through your skin, onto the blood vessels of your wrist, and measures the color of your blood, which indicates the amount of oxygen present. Bright red bloog is more saturated, and dark red blood is less so. Changes in your body or elevation can impact your blood oxygen level. The watch can calculate your SpO2 level in 15 seconds, whenever you want. The sensor also captures periodic background measurements when you’re sleeping and inactive.

The first time you open the Blood Oxygen app on the watch, it takes you through some helpful tips to get a good reading. Apple says your watch band should be snug but comfortable, and to make sure the watch isn’t too low on your wrist. You should keep the watch facing up and try not to move during the reading. Resting your arm on a table can help.

When you start a blood oxygen scan, you’ll see a 15-second countdown timer on the screen along with a relaxing blue and red graphic. After 15 seconds, your blood oxygen saturation percentage will appear onscreen. You can also view blood oxygen measurements in the Health app on your iPhone.