Apple Watch Parts
Replace a cracked screen or a dead battery in your Apple Watch.
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Apple Watch (38 mm Series 2) Battery
Replacement battery for the 38 mm Series 2 Apple Watch models A1757 and A1816. 3.77 Volts (V). Battery model A1760.
Apple Watch (42 mm, Original & Series 1) Force Touch Sensor Adhesive Gasket
Replace the force touch sensor and adhesive gasket that secures the display to the rear case compatible with the 42 mm Apple Watch Original model and Series 1 model A1554...
Apple Watch (38 mm Series 3) Adhesive Strip
Replace a adhesive strip compatible with the 38 mm Series 3 Apple Watch model A1858, A1860, A1889, and A1890.
Apple Watch (44 mm Series 6) Adhesive Strip
Replace an adhesive strip compatible with 44 mm Series 6 Apple Watch models A2292, A2294, A2376. Ensure a tight seal between the case and the display.
Apple Watch (42 mm Series 3 Cellular) Battery
Replace a 352 mAh battery compatible with Apple Watch 42 mm Cellular Series 3 models A1892, A1861, A1891, and A1892. 3.82 Volts (V). 1.34 Watt Hours (Wh). Battery model A...
Apple Watch (44 mm Series 4) Battery
Replace a dead or damaged battery in a 44 mm Series 4 Apple Watch.
Apple Watch (42 mm Series 2) Screen
Replace a screen compatible with 42 mm Series 2 Apple Watch models A1758 and A1817. OLED Display. Front Glass Touch Sensitive Digitizer.
Apple Watch (38 mm, Original & Series 1) Screen
Replace a screen compatible with 38 mm Apple Watch Original and Series 1 models A1553 and A1802. OLED Display. Front Glass Touch Sensitive Digitizer.
Apple Watch (40 mm Series 4/5) Adhesive Strip
Replace the adhesive strip compatible with the 40 mm case Series 4 or Series 5 Apple Watch model #A1975, A1977, A2007, A2092, A2094, and A2156.
Apple Watch (44 mm Series 4) Force Touch Sensor Gasket
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning force touch sensor that fits between the display and rear case of a 44 mm Series 4 Apple Watch.
Apple's original Smartwatch was announced in 2014. The Series 1 (similar to and taking the place of the original Apple Watch) and Series 2 Apple Watches followed in 2016. Early models used a wireless connection to an iPhone to perform functions such as calling and texting, but could connect directly to a Wi-Fi network for some tasks. Some Apple Watch models in Series 3 and later equipped with LTE capabilities can independently connect to a mobile network.