It’s simple. When you pair your Apple Watch SE (GPS + Cellular) with your iPhone, you will be prompted to set up cellular service with your provider. Or you can set up service later using the Watch app on your iPhone.
Apple Watch SE (GPS) uses the network connection of your nearby iPhone to send and receive text messages, answer phone calls, and receive notifications. The built-in GPS works independently of your iPhone for distance, pace, and route mapping in workouts. And you can do many other things independent of your iPhone, like measure your heart rate, play locally stored music, and pay with Apple Pay.
Apple Watch SE (GPS + Cellular) features built-in cellular, giving you the freedom to stay fully connected with just your Apple Watch. You can make and receive phone calls, reply to messages, and get notifications — even when you don’t have your iPhone with you.
Apple Music requires a subscription.
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Case and band combinations can be made within collections (Apple Watch, Apple Watch Nike, and Apple Watch Hermés) only.
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Some bands are sold separately. Some features are not available in all regions or all languages.
Apple Watch SE requires an iPhone 6s or later with iOS 14 or later. Wireless service plan required for cellular service. Apple Watch and iPhone service provider must be the same. Not all service providers support enterprise accounts; check with your employer and service provider. Roaming is not available outside your carrier network coverage area. Contact your service provider for more details. Check apple.com/hk/en/watch/cellular for participating wireless carriers and eligibility.
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