Apple Watch 3 leak confirms support for LTE connectivity
Monday, 11 September 2017 () We are just a day away from the grand launch of Apple‘s new products, including a special edition iPhone. Ahead of the event, more details about the Apple Watch have emerged, thanks to the leaked iOS 11 GM, confirming support for LTE connection in the new smartwatch. As is the case with the upcoming ‘iPhone X’ or the 10th anniversary special iPhone 8, the Apple Watch is also rumored to bring in a host of improvements and design changes, with the most noticeable being the possible support for a cellular connectivity. With LTE support, the Apple Watch will be capable of being a standalone device, independent of the iPhone. Current models of the Apple Watch require it to be paired
The big feature of the Apple Watch 3 that sets is apart from the others is its built-in eSIM that allows for LTE connectivity. Ideally, this will allow to leave your iPhone 8 at home and continue the adventure on the go. But the cellular service provided by the wearable isn’t all Apple said it...
Apple introduced cellular connectivity on the third edition of its Watch. The Apple Watch Series 3 will be available in select global markets starting tomorrow.... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •Wall Street Journal •MacRumours.com
T-Mobile will limit data speeds on the Apple Watch Series 3 to a maximum of 512kbps despite the smartwatch’s support for LTE connectivity, a spokesperson has... The Verge - TechnologyAlso reported by •betanews •WorldNews •MacRumours.com
Apple has acknowledged early problems with cellular connectivity on the Apple Watch Series 3, indicating it will try to patch them in a "future software... AppleInsider - Computer IndustryAlso reported by •Wall Street Journal •WorldNews •The Verge