Apple and Nike team up for the launch of a limited edition Watch Series 3 with LTE

Apple and Nike have just announced a new partnership for the launch of limited edition Watch Series 3 with LTE. The new wearable device is called Midnight Fog and it's supposed to match Nike's new Air VaporMax running shoes that will be launched later this month.

The limited edition Nike Apple Watch Cellular will be available for purchase starting November 14 for $400 via Nike's online, as well as brick and mortar stores. Customers interested in Nike's new Midnight Fog Air VaporMax running shoes will be able to buy them on November 24.

The smartwatch comes with Nike's Run Club application, which offers community connections, new digital coaching, motivation features and much more.

The Midnight Fog Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE is the second wearable device that's released by Nike as part of a special line of Apple Watch products. Last year, Nike launched the Day to Night collection, which was specially designed to match the VaporMax Flyknit running shoes.

Specs-wise, there are no differences between this limited edition Apple Watch Series 3 model and the regular one, but it's worth mentioning the former comes with some exclusive watch-faces and the Nike+ Run Club app that we already mentioned.

source: Nike



1. Phullofphil

Posts: 1846; Member since: Feb 10, 2009


2. Phullofphil

Posts: 1846; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

On second thought. I want to say that I got the Nike watch last year because well why not. But I think it would be a lot cooler if it came with somthing more significant other than an app you can download anyway and a band you can get for 5 bucks off of amazon. The thing is I got a new strap right away and the app would be the only draw and I could have downloaded it any how. I got it because the same specs and I can say I got the bike one.

3. Nine1Sickness

Posts: 896; Member since: Jan 30, 2011

I had the black/volt nike+ watch from last year. That thing is all scuffed up from normal use. For $400+ I’m sure apple can come up with something that’s not built like a $15 watch from walmart.

4. ndcart

Posts: 17; Member since: Sep 11, 2015

I've had mine for a year and has no scuffs or scratches. You must be rough on watches.

9. Nine1Sickness

Posts: 896; Member since: Jan 30, 2011

You must not wear your watch on a daily basis. I had a Movado with sapphire for over 10 years and it never had a single scratch on it. The apple watch got scratched on the first couple days of use. Walking around and bumping into things with your wrist would scratch the crap out of the apple watch. I don't want to jinx it, but I just upgraded to a stainless one with sapphire for a few weeks now and it hasn't gotten scratched yet. My point is, the aluminum models are junk, and it is obvious when comparing it to the stainless models. The stainless models actually feels like a premium device, whereas the aluminum ones don't.

5. Derekjeter

Posts: 1576; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

No one should be buying the series 3, the series 2 does everything you need. And you don’t need LTE on that watch trust me. It’s wa waste of money. Best Buy is selling the series 2 for $280 on the Nike 42mm. Save money

6. ndcart

Posts: 17; Member since: Sep 11, 2015

It depends on what you use it for. For mowing the yard, gym, taking a run, etc., the LTE makes sense. Not for everyone obviously.

7. Derekjeter

Posts: 1576; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

99% of the people who have an Apple Watch don’t need LTE. We all have our phones on us 24/7. Don’t deny it.

8. Nine1Sickness

Posts: 896; Member since: Jan 30, 2011

Actually in my case, it comes in handy, especially if you work at a place where they will not allow you to bring your phone into the work area. Prior to having the watch, I had to get messages and phone calls the old fashion way; they had to call my workplace and ask to speak to me. Now, I can get texts and calls.

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