A third-generation Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE has reportedly entered the “final testing phase” in the manufacturing process alongside iPhone 8. According to a new Chinese-language Economic Daily News report yesterday, both the Wi-Fi and LTE cellular models have now entered the final testing phase.
The devices will come in 38mm and 42mm sizes, like the current models, indicating that the Apple Watch Series 3 family will retain full compatibility with all of the existing bands.
News from CNBC suggested the Apple Watch 3 would feature cellular connectivity. The citing sources, suggests that the wearable device won’t be requiring iPhone connectivity for certain features. Nearby the series 3 will be standalone device and enhanced battery life and the much-expected phone calling function without the need for a paired iPhone.
This is good enough but I hope that Apple will improve the customer experience of data transmission. Also, problems that often accrue under pressure and vibration to the point that ends up locking the Watch. The detail explanation will be posted after we receive completed information on it.
While Apple will likely declare LTE Apple Watch alongside iPhone 7s/Plus and iPhone 8 in September, the wearable device probably won’t start shipping until later in the fourth quarter.