Lauren Goode, writing for The Verge: While writing my review of the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE capabilities, I experienced notable connectivity issues. The new Watch appeared to try to connect to unknown WiFi networks instead of connecting to cellular, when I was out and about without my phone. Show More Summary
The first reviews for Apple's new Apple Watch are out, and the verdict isn't good. The new $399 Apple Watch Series 3, which goes on sale September 22, is the first Apple Watch that can work without being tethered to the iPhone thanks to an LTE connection from your wireless carrier. Show More Summary
Some of the first reviews of the LTE-equipped Apple Watch Series 3 emerged on Wednesday, giving the wearable praise in many respects, but also raising issues around limitations and early bugs.
The first Apple Watch Series 3 reviews are out, and while the device is generally well-received, it also seems the LTE model is not without issues. The headline feature of the LTE model – the freedom to leave your phone behind while jogging, working out in the gym or heading to the beach – is what’s selling it to most reviewers. Show More Summary
Apple Watch Series 3 reviews are out. Most reviewers suggest buying the GPS model instead of the one that can also place phone calls.
Apple Watch Series 3 offers a slew of new features such as in-watch data, a hidden antenna, an electronic SIM, a new dual core processor, and even more storage. Read more... More about Tech, Apple, Mashable Video, Data, and Siri
Reviews of Apple's new LTE-enabled Apple Watch finally hit the web this morning, three days before the official product launch, and there seems to be something of a theme amongst them. If you hadn't noticed, the new wearable's signature...Show More Summary
The first reviews for the Apple Watch Series 3 are not good, with many critics complaining about inconsistent cellular connections and short battery life.
Date night without your iPhone? That’s now doable with the new cellular Apple Watch, which for the first time can be untethered from your smartphone. Here’s our review.
The new Apple Watch Series 3 clocks in with cellular.
Apple Inc. unshackles the Apple Watch Series 3 from your iPhone by giving it its own cellular connection—but the device still isn’t a fully stand-alone wrist computer.
Now that it has LTE built in, the Apple Watch finally makes good on its promise to save you from your phone.
With the addition of cellular networking in Series 3, Apple Watch gains something essential: independence. It’s not just a cool feature. It’s aimed smack dab in the middle of the two things people like best about Apple Watch: notifications and fitness.
Let’s talk about the red dot. The hint of bright color on the Apple Watch Series 3 digital crown serves no function. It’s just a bold reminder that this wearable doesn’t need your iPhone to do its job, thank you very much. SEE ALSO:Show More Summary
We used the Apple Watch Series 3 for a week. Here are the new fitness and health features on the Apple Watch 3 and the new operating system, watchOS 4.
When the first generation Apple Watch debuted in 2015, people often called it the Dick Tracy watch because you could make phone calls from your wrist like the comic book strip detective known for his 2-way wrist radio. Apple Watch wasn’t fully there yet, however, because it needed a nearby iPhone to actually carry those phone calls. Show More Summary
Apple’s first cellular smartwatch has stiff monthly service plans attached. Where’s the innovation in connected device plans? When Apple announced the LTE-equipped Apple Watch Series 3 during its press event last week, the company didn’t...Show More Summary
Apple today made watchOS 4.0 available to the Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2 wearables. The platform prioritizes the heart rate monitor. Apple Watches will now notify people when it senses a high heart rate if owners are not active. Show More Summary
This coming Friday, Apple is set to release a number of hotly anticipated new products including the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV 4K. Then, in early November, the iPhone hardcore Apple fans are waiting for will finally be released: the iPhone X. Show More Summary