Starting September 30, customers will no longer be able to bring the 18-karat gold Apple Watch into any Apple Store for repairs, nor will the tech company order replacement parts. This move is just the second sign of the end of the golden hour, as Apple stopped updating the software in 2018. Apple’s decision also affects all first-generation watches.
The 18-karat gold watch was released in 2015 as a shiny upgrade to the original Apple Watch. People who wanted to get the watch had to pay $17,000.
A watch that costs a lot should provide customers with a long-lasting product, like other high-end watches, so the news that Apple will no longer repair or make changes to the watch is frustrating for those who have opened their wallets.
Not many people will be affected because the gold Apple Watch wasn’t popular. According to a Bloomberg report, the company sold the watch in numbers “in the low tens of thousands.” People who are stuck with the watch will likely have an opportunity to get something from it from collectors looking to add the watch to their collection. .
Apple Watch is Currently in its ninth edition, which was released last month. The new models experience enhanced performance thanks to a 30 percent faster graphics processing unit (GPU). In terms of brand new features, the double-tap gesture makes it easier to answer calls and control Apple Music, plus more. For the Ultra 2 model, Apple has launched its brightest display ever.
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