Released entirely in 2018 and discontinued just a year later, the Apple Watch Series 4 is in the spotlight today for a somewhat unusual reason. The S4-powered model is officially the oldest supported member of Cupertino’s industry-leading family of wearable devices watchOS 9 with all of the platform’s potentially life-saving new features.
On the decidedly positive side of things, you have no reason to worry about functionality here (at least if you trust Woot’s testing process) and your Apple Watch Series 4 refurb battery should also run at “at least 85 % capacity”, which is really all you can hope for when you buy such an old product.
Of course, the Series 4 is generally faster than the Series 3, not to mention bigger, especially in the 44mm variant that retails for $129.99 today (and today only) with a space gray case and black sport band. . This bad boy comes with a gorgeous LTPO OLED Retina display with a resolution of 368 x 448 pixels, and perhaps most notably, it’s the first smartwatch of its kind to detect falls and take electrocardiogram (ECG) readings to monitor your health continuously and carefully .