Apple announced a pair of new smartwatches this morning that it says will provide “complete control” of its software on the iPhone.
The new watchbands are available in three colors: black, red and blue.
The bands also feature an “open” design, which lets users tap their fingers to interact with the watch face, which can be rotated and zoomed.
The watch bands have a diameter of about 9.5mm, which is roughly the width of a credit card.
They are the first to be offered with the iPhone X, which Apple is touting as the “most powerful and beautiful” iPhone yet.
The company said it will be releasing the watch bands at the beginning of June.
Apple says the bands will be available in black, blue and red, and will be $99 for the iPhone 9 and $129 for the $349 iPhone X. Apple’s website has an option to purchase the bands for $149.
Apple has already introduced the Apple Watch Sport and Watch Series 3, and both bands are being offered for free with the new iPhone.
But Apple said it would also offer watch bands in a variety of colors for $100 each.
Apple has yet to release a watchband with the Apple Pencil, which it says has “enhanced the experience of using Apple’s innovative Pencil.”