Apple has just presented its new features, including its connected watch, the Apple Watch Series 9. And thanks to Fnac you can have it as soon as it is launched, since you can reserve it on the site. This connected watch offers an elegant design, with a customizable screen. Plus, it’s carbon neutral. This is a good reason to fall in love with her.
The Apple Watch Series 9 is equipped with Apple’s most powerful chip, so you can benefit from many innovations. One of them is to control the watch by touching your fingers, thumb and index finger. It’s almost magical! Of course, it tracks all your health data, such as your heart rate, breathing, and sleep. You will also find many sports activities. Finally, it can detect accidents and call for help for you. You can also answer your calls, respond to messages and listen to your music, without touching your phone.
The Apple Watch Series 9 can be reserved at Fnac
Fnac gives you the opportunity to get one of the new Apple products on the day of their launch. The Apple Watch Series 9 can be reserved on the site at a price of 569 euros. Do not miss it!
And to get even more good deals, you can join Fnac+. This loyalty program will cost you 9.99 euros per year for one year and then 14.99 euros. With it you can benefit from free and unlimited express shipping.
Plus, you’ll get a 5% discount on many products. Games, high technology, books… you have many options to choose from. Finally, you will find your tickets for the shows at preferential prices.
With Fnac+ you will have privileged access to Deezer, as well as benefits on online comics and manga. You can read the press online for free and charge euros on certain purchases. You can use them when placing orders at La Fnac and Darty.
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Source: BFM TV