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Review: Apple Watch Series 3 GPS + Cellular

Updated on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 8:47AM by Registered CommenterGadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Note: Author's carrier is TELUS which has yet to provide an ETA on Apple Watch compatibility. A second part to this review, which focuses on the LTE aspect, will follow as soon as the service can be tested.

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple Watch Series 3 brings improvements across the board for Apple's smartwatch and wearable. 

The biggest feature is the addition of cellular capability which makes it possible to use the Watch independently of paired iPhones

An embedded SIM card allows users to make phone calls, send SMS or iMessages, query Siri for information  and access Apple Music on demand.

Apple has apparently always wanted the Apple Watch to be able to manage its own connections. It did a great job incorporating Wi-Fi into Apple Watch. I've left my iPhone to charge at home and use the Apple Watch to access my gym's Wi-Fi connection to get notifications, messages and even mail.

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Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE and Watch OS 4 launch today

Apple today released the Apple Watch Series 3, which is an updated version of its wearable which it released two years ago. The Apple Watch has found a niche in health tracking, notifications as well as specific advantages for runners and swimmers. The newest version features an LTE variant which.
Watch OS 4 Comes to customers on September 19.

Apple Watch Series 3 2ill have LTE connectivity which will be tied in to user's iPhone number. It will be able to stream music from Apple Music, it also comes with a barometer. Apple's Jeff Williams admitted that having LTE on the Apple Watch as a goal since day one, but the technology was not there.
As with most Apple Watch releases, Apple has also announced new straps including collaborations with Hermes and Nike. Series 1 Apple Watches will be available for US $249. Non cellular and cellular models of the Series 3 will be available for pre-order September 15 with a September 22 launch date.

Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE to be announced at tomorrow's event

In what is likely the most leaked Apple product launch ever, more information gathered from the iOS 11 GM (Golden Master) firmware as well as sources like Verizon, tell us we are going to see a brand new version of the Apple Watch, called Series 3 according to a page on Verizon's website.

Looking very much like its predecessors, the new Apple Watch Series 3 sports a new face, a coloured digital crown and will likely have variants with LTE functionality that's somehow tied in to the user's iPhone SIM card. According to KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo, the LTE models aren't capable of making or taking calls independently. Non LTE enabled Apple Watch models are expected as well.

Source: 9to5Mac


Review: Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The new Samsung Galaxy flagships, the S8 and the taller S8+ are the supermodels of the smartphone world. They’re fastidiously put together, unusually slender and stylish and look and feel exclusive. Built around the new almost bezel-less infinity display, with an organic wraparound design, the new Galaxies transcend old smartphone design norms and challenge our expectations of what a premium and forward thinking smartphone could be.

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