Apple has updated the watch bands page on its website to provide an easier selection process for potential buyers. The page now lists each individual band under its own section with a brief description and price. Shoppers will then be able to select an appropriately-sized band for their watch.

Previously the site looked like any other collection on the store with a grid view that featured little more than a photo. The new design gives users a closer look at the clasp of the band without the watch hardware present.

The old bands page

The old bands page

For watch bands that are available in multiple colors, like the Sport, Leather Loop, and Modern Buckle, users can use a color selector below the image to change the design. In the old design, color selection was only possible from the individual item pages after selecting a style.

Unfortunately changing the color on the new page doesn’t transfer the selection over the store, so even after comparing the styles on the first page, you’ll need to select the color again on the next one.

The Apple Watch launched worldwide today in a handful of small stores.

Thanks Orfeas!

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