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New Apple Watch announced with LTE

The Verge Tuesday, 12 September 2017 ()
New Apple Watch announced with LTEApple announced its Apple Watch Series 3 today, the first to include LTE-compatibility. This means that you can now stream music and make phone calls without your phone in tow. Aside from the LTE watch, Apple CEO Tim Cook also announced today that the Apple Watch is now the "number one watch in the world" (likely in terms of revenue), beating out Rolex, Fossil, and Omega, and that the device experienced a 50 percent year-over-year growth.

Now, there have been workarounds to LTE before. You can, for example, store music locally on an Apple Watch (earlier models had 8GB of internal storage with 2GB allocated for music) and play music that way. The Series 2 Watch has built-in GPS, which means you don’t need to have your phone with you to...
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According to Digital Trends, details of the Apple Watch 3 are likely to surface at Apple's highly anticipated iPhone8 launch event on September 12, at their newly renovated California campus. Reports say that the Apple Watch 3 may be totally different than it's predecessors, with a new touch panels...

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