Apple Watch Spring '24 bands launch

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It's that time of year again – Apple has unveiled its 2024 spring collection of Apple Watch bands, bringing in new colors and designs.

The Spring Apple Watch bands launch is now an annual occurrence for the tech giant and sees the company bring new styles and designs to the market.

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With an eye on style and sustainability, Apple has unveiled its latest lineup of Apple Watch bands for the upcoming spring season.

As you'd expect after last year's September Apple Watch event's focus on sustainability, the new bands are carbon neutral.

The new collection introduces carbon-neutral Sport Loops in Ocean Blue and Soft Mint, along with Sport Bands in Soft Mint, Sunshine, and Light Blue, all priced at $49/£49.

Additionally, the Solo Loops come in Soft Mint, Ocean Blue, and Pink, providing users with a range of options to match their style.

For those looking for a more premium feel, Apple is offering Braided Solo Loops in Light Blue, Sunshine, and Raspberry, priced at $99/£99.

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As usual, there's also some big price tag Hermes options, too.

Tricot is a new knitted Apple Watch Hermès band style, which is inspired by 1930s-era Hermès gloves designed for activities such as driving, sailing, and golf. It comes in Jaune de Naples, Bleu Jean, and Orange, priced at $349/£299.

Furthermore, the Hermès lineup features the woven nylon Toile H in Framboise and Bleu Céleste.

And there's a pair of sporty Hermes waterproof molded rubber Kilim in Blanc and Bleu Céleste, and the Twill Jump in Jaune d’Or and Bleu Céleste (see above).

All of the bands are available on the Apple Store now

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