Apple may not have taken this most recent opportunity to introduce revamped Apple Watch models, but the Cupertino-based company has brought some additional accessories to its band range for those who want are more than happy to get the most out of their Apple Watch by accessorizing.

To give Apple Watch owners additional personalization choice, Apple has introduced an array of new bands, including new Woven Nylon options, as well as high-end Hermes bands.

To be more precise, as part of today’s announcement, Tim Cook’s company has introduced three new color options in the Sport range, six new colors for those who prefer the Woven Nylon experience, and a total of three new options for Apple Watch owners who prefer to sport the Classic Buckle design. From a Sport perspective, consumers will now be able to purchase bands finished in Pebble, Azure, and Camellia. They will, of course, be the cheaper options.

Moving up the range, dealing with the stunning Woven Nylon finish, new options include Tahoe Blue, Orange, Red, Pollen, Midnight Blue, and a stunning new Berry color. From a Classic Buckle perspective, the latest additions to the range include a new buckle design, but with bands finished in Sapphire, Berry, and Taupe.

As the images of the products show, Apple has definitely diversified its band range, but whilst likely appealing to Apple Watch owners, there’s nothing particularly revolutionary going on here.

New colors for Classic Buckle leather bands

New colors for Woven Nylon bands

New colors for Sport bands

For those that do love their Apple Watch, but prefer a little more extravagance in their life, Apple has also appended the Hermès range with additional options as well. Those with a 38mm version of Apple Watch will now be able to purchase a Double Tour Hermès in Bleu Zephyr Epsom leather, or a Double Buckle Cuff in Fauve Barenia leather. Owners of a 42mm version of the watchOS-powered wearable will have the additional choice of a Single Tour band in Lime Epsom leather or Colvert Swift leather. All in all, that’s a total of sixteen new bands to choose from.

Additionally, Apple is also to start selling the stunning Nike Sport band as a separate accessory independent of the Apple Watch. This new change means that consumers will no longer need to purchase the Apple Watch Nike edition to get that experience.

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