If you ever needed confirmation of Apple’s intention to announce Apple Watch Series 5 at next weeks media event, then here it is! The company is having a fire sale on Apple Watch Series via Amazon, essentially clearing out the inventory, presumably to make way for the unveiling of Apple Watch Series 5.

Right now, via Amazon, it is possible to pick up various models of Apple Watch Series 4 with up to $84 discount applied. For most of the various models, consumers looking to grab Apple Watch Series 4 will be able to get a minimum of $50 off in reductions. These discounts apply to both the GPS and Cellular versions of the hardware and give consumers the ability to grab the version of their choice without having to pay the full expected retail price. Regardless of the version, you will still get all of the underlying goodness.

The specification includes an OLED Retina display which makes the content look incredible on such a small space. It comes with Apple’s Digital Crown complete with haptic feedback to make interactions with the hardware fluid and immersive. Depending on what country you are in, it also offers Apple’s Apple Watch ECG experience that allows owners to check their own heart health and immediately bring up any issues if they are there to be found. From a health perspective, it offers a heart-rate monitor, fall detection, and things like an SOS emergency functionality to bring peace of mind. This makes this the perfect smartwatch and offering for older friends and relatives who may need a little additional help and looking after.

Additionally, Series 4 offers built-in GPS, Siri integration, WiFi, Bluetooth, and everything else that you would expect from a leading smartwatch running the leading wearable OS in watchOS. If you want to save some money ahead of any possible Series 5 announcement, then check out the deals below, right now!

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