Although everybody have been talking about iPhone X lately, Apple announced also other amendments in their products and Apple Watch Series 3 is one of them.
Apple today announced that they added built-in cellular to the world’s number one watch,namely Watch Series 3. Disregarding where you are, Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular allows you to stay connected, make calls, receive texts and more. For all these features, you will not even need an iPhone nearby.
“We believe the addition of cellular will transform the way people use Apple Watch, providing a new sense of freedom since they can stay connected with or without their iPhone,” said Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer. “Apple Watch Series 3 combined with the power of watchOS 4 is the ultimate device for a healthy life.”
Advanced Technology in Apple Watch
The latest generation of Apple Watch is not only attractive by the trendy design but also has an attraction with its advanced technology. Watch users can make cellular calls directly with Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) and, when paired with AirPods, enjoy a seamless and fully wireless experience. Considering wireless charging (hopefully) of iPhones, it seems company works hard on wires – to get rid of them!
Apple also pioneered an industry-first antenna design that uses the display itself as both a transmitting and receiving element for LTE and UMTS, while introducing a built-in eSIM that is over one-hundredth the size of a traditional SIM card, making over-the-air activation possible without compromising space.
Listen to your favorite playlist on watch
watchOS 4 offers a redesigned Music app and new Radio app to enable users listen to their favorite playlists whenever and wherever they want. The brand knows how to attract their customers. The redesigned Music app experience automatically syncs playlists like New Music Mix and Favorites Mix, along with the user’s most listened to music. Later this fall, Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) will stream music, giving users access to any song from Apple Music, straight from the wrist. The new Radio app also enables listeners to access Beats 1 live or any Apple Music radio station while away from iPhone or Wi-Fi.