Gold Apple Watch Could Be Priced At Over £3,000

When the Apple Watch was revealed a couple of months ago Apple CEO Tim Cook said prices for the watch would start at $340 (about £220) but other than that there were no further details about the scale of prices to models. Rumours are now circulating that the stainless steel version of the Apple Watch will be available from $500 (about £300) and the gold Apple Watch could be up to $5,000 (about £3,100).

Gold Apple Watch

We already know that the Apple Watch will be available in 3 different models: Watch, Watch Sport and Watch Edition which is the gold watch. Within the gold collection, buyers can choose either rose gold or yellow gold, and the prices will vary but are expected to be between $4,000 (about £2,500) and $5,000 (about £3,100) although you cannot guarantee prices on currency conversion as Apple can set different prices per country.

Goldgenie are very excited about the arrival of the Apple Watch and will keep you in the loop with regards to any news in the near future.

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