Apple Watch Series 3 unveiled with cellular service and dual-core processor

Apple Watch series 3

Apple has announced the launch of the new Apple Watch Series 3 across the global markets.

During the launch, Tim Cook, Apple's Chief Executive Officer said: "Apple Watch is the number 1 smartwatch in the world with 50 percent growth in customers year on year". The watch will allow you to play 40 Million songs right off your wrist which you can listen to via the earpods.

You will be bale to receive calls on your Apple Watch Series 3 when you are away from your iPhone.

The Apple Watch Series 3 will have an LTE chip that enables it to connect to the fastest cellular networks for numerous same functions the iPhone offers.

The upcoming Apple Watch 3 appears to have a similar form to the Apple Watch Series 2, 9to5Mac reported, which suggests buyers can use their bands from previous generations.

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The watch is believed to have as much as 18 hours of battery life, which will be huge for ultrarunners and Ironman triathletes looking to get maximum use out of the device in a day.

Music improvement, intelligent Siri face, etc., are other features of the new watchOS and Apple Watch Series 3. Orders start September 15th, the watch wilkl be available September 22nd.

The Apple Watch will feature new chips and new antenna. It has the same size as the Watch Series 2 and comes in three colour variants - Gold/Aluminium finish, Silver and Space Grey.

At the same time, the new Apple TV 4K media streamer is also announced. Apple will be increasing the amount of measurements that are given, including resting heart rate and recovery heart rate. This has been asked of Apple for years and the company has finally introduced this. Despite this, it may mean that users will have to have two separate cellular plans: one for their watch and one for their phone. "Carrying the Apple Watch will be something we look at as we expand of our device portfolio". The benefit of this is a device that no longer needs to be teathered to your phone at all times, giving you more flexibility.

To that end, it's doing an "Apple Heart Study" with Stanford, coming to the App Store later this year.



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