The Apple Watch Series 6 is packed with more health tracking tech than ever, but you don’t need to splurge on Apple’s most expensive watch to get the best features

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  • The $400 Apple Watch Series 6 brings advancements like blood oxygen readings, a brighter always-on display, and faster charging.
  • Blood oxygen saturation refers to the percentage of oxygen your red blood cells distribute throughout your body.
  • The blood oxygen reader has been generally consistent during the two weeks I’ve spent using the watch, but since it’s not meant for medical use it can be difficult to know how to interpret these readings.
  • Overall, the Series 6 is the best choice for people who value having an always-on screen, faster charging, and more sophisticated health features.
  • Otherwise, the cheaper Apple Watch SE offers most of the Apple Watch experience with little compromise at a more affordable price.

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