Apple just recently launched the Apple Watch Series 6 and it’s doing well so far. Previously, the Apple Watch only came in limited, muted colors. Yes, they look classy and versatile but might come off as a bit boring to some. Hence, they get colorful watch bands to spice it up a bit.
Enter Apple’s “most colorful collection yet” of Apple Watches. Now, you get to pick not only the size and the band material when purchasing this device, but also the color that you think would best suit your style. Of course, this series includes the usual colors that Apple offers: silver, space gray, and gold. However, in addition to this, you also get the new blue color, the graphite, and the space black as other options as well as a (PRODUCT)RED version.
In addition, you also get to choose what kind of silver you want to purchase. What we mean by this is that silver comes in stainless steel, titanium, and aluminum. Hence, the overall finish of each silver piece also looks slightly different. If you have a keen eye for detail and colors, you might appreciate this.
So What Is the Most Popular Apple Watch Color?
Of course, it’s the classic Apple look: the silver color.
Yes, some people like a splash of color here and there, but if you’ll be wearing it on a daily basis, something more muted would certainly be more versatile.
However, with these new colors on deck, especially the dark ones, that might change soon. For now, take a look at some of the color choices you have if you’re thinking of getting the new Apple Watch Series 6.
Let’s start off with the classic Silver Stainless Steel Case. Some people find it versatile while others find it boring. But you have to admit, this color goes well with any outfit. This is probably why it’s the most popular Apple Watch color. You can use any watch band with this and it’ll still look great with no color clashing. Scuffs and scrapes also won’t look too obvious with this color choice.
Adding just a touch of color is the Gold Stainless Steel Case. It might not match all types of outfits, but most will do just fine. The fact that it’s stainless steel, which means it’s durable, is a plus. It would look especially fitting for people with warm skin tones. Still a classic, you can wear this at parties as well.
If you’re into a darker look, the Graphite Stainless Steel would probably be more up your alley. Because of its subtlety, this color choice doesn’t draw up too much attention. Plus, the transition from the screen to the actual casing looks more seamless because of the dark hue.
Titanium is another color that looks pretty much the same as Silver Stainless Steel. What makes it better though is that it’s extremely lightweight. Don’t worry, it’s still strong enough to avoid the usual dents and scuffs. It also has a special coating that keeps stains and even fingerprints away.
This is the darker version of the Titanium series. As you can see, it looks subtle and works great with any look. Pair it with a leather band strap and it’ll look classy for work meetings and formal dinners.
If the Space Black is a little too dark for you, you can opt for the Space Gray version. It has a lighter hue but is still dark enough if you’re going for that look. The color itself can pass as rugged if you pair it with a rugged watch strap.
It says Gold Aluminum but this one actually has a slight pink tint to it, which makes it look more like rose gold. If you want a softer look, this color choice would definitely be the best option. It attracts a little bit of attention and looks great for a feminine look.
Opposite of this color is the Blue Aluminum. This is the first series that carries this specific color of aluminum. It looks masculine when paired with a dark watch strap, like a navy sport band. On the other hand, you can also use a contrasting color to make the blue pop.
If attention is really what you want, then the RED Aluminum case is the one to get. It looks stunning and really grabs attention. You can pair it with a watch band of the same color or a contrasting one, like white. Plus, every purchase is a contribution to the Global Fund to fight AIDS.