Apple announces new Watch with cellular connection, TV with 4K compatibility

Apple announces new Watch with cellular connection, TV with 4K compatibility

Apple announces new Watch with cellular connection, TV with 4K compatibility

Apple Watch 3 will be an even better heart-rate tracker now, and it's clear that Apple increasingly has an eye to medical and sports applications for its watches.

The smart watch will also notify users when it detects you have an elevated heart rate even if you aren't actually being active.

The updates are part of Apple Watch's updated operating system, OS 4, which will be available for download on September 19.

At its debut Apple Park public event today, Apple is expected to unveil a range of new hardware and software products - including three new iPhones, a new Apple TV, and two new Apple Watches.

It has cell service: You no longer need your iPhone near you at all times to receive or make calls on the Apple Watch! The watch will be $329 without cellular compatibility and $399 with.

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You can now go jogging with the just the watch and stay connected. Now, the watch will surface your current heart-rate whenever you raise your wrist to check the time, and the device will also constantly calculate your base HR. Plus, with "mixed use", you're still expected to wrangle the usual 18 hours of life from the device.

We can expect the Apple Watch Series 3 release date to be before the end of September, with the smartwatch likely to launch alongside the iPhone 8, rather than the iPhone X, which will probably be delayed until October. He further claimed that Apple Watch is now the number one smartwatch in the world. It ships out on September 22.

Apple TV: Eddy Cue is now detailing the new set-top box, including support for higher-resolution 4K images as well as High Dynamic Range, known as HDR. In the Apple Watch's last upgrade, the second-generation model gained a faster processor, a larger battery and Global Positioning System, as well as becoming waterproof. Feedback from 1,500 existing Apple Watch owners indicated that this is the most valuable feature that Apple has yet to include in its smartwatch, and thus this could debut in the Apple Watch Series 3.

The built-in cellular capabilities of the Watch Series 3 are delivered through a custom chip, the W2, and an embedded electronic SIM card - an eSIM.

As we saw in the leak that first showed us the LTE-enabled model, the watchOS 4 interface shows off a call button that makes dialing out a breeze and additionally, you just use the same number as your phone to keep things simple.

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