The Series 4 Nike+ Edition is essentially the same as the standard Apple Watch Series 4 but it features redesigned Nike watch faces that match the new band colours, including a new Platinum and Black Sport Band and a Summit White Sport Loop with "reflective yarn".
Be sure to check out our Apple Watch Nike+ Series 3 review as well, where we said it looks great, has a sporty feel, and feels really comfortable on the wrist. Despite the arrival of Series 4, that's still available from £279/$279 for GPS and from £379/$379 for GPS+Cellular.
What is Apple Watch Nike+?
Apple teamed up with Nike to make a version of Apple Watch meant for runners. It uniquely features a different strap design and specialised software to make it easier for runners to put it on quickly and make use of the device's built-in GPS (and cellular).
What does Apple Watch Nike+ feature?
You get all the same features found in the Apple Watch Series 4, such as built-in GPS, a waterproof design (up to 50m) and 40mm and 44mm watch case options. And, being an Apple Watch Series 4, there's the option of cellular connectivity in addition to GPS, although it is cheaper to get the version without.
Like the standard Apple Watch, you can change the straps. It's available with four different case and strap combinations: there's silver and space grey aluminium cases with Nike Sport Band or Nike Sport Loop. The Nike Sport Band has a perforated design that's designed to be more durable and breathable.
As for software, Nike+ has additional perks over the standard version of watchOS: it gets exclusive Nike-themed watch faces that include a complication for directly launching the Nike+ Run Club app, which comes pre-installed and lets you track your runs, view running history, and more.
How much does Apple Watch Nike+ cost?
You can order Apple Watch Series 4 and Nike+ this Friday with availability beginning Friday, 21 September.