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In any event, the new Watch Series 3 did add one feature that sets it apart from other smartwatches on the market: a cellular chip that lets the watch connect directly to a 3G or LTE network without depending on an iPhone to make the connection.

Two versions of the watch have been launched: $329 for regular and $399 with cellular.

But you won't just be paying for that cellular radio.

Apple TV 4K will start at $179 for 32GB of storage. Apple promises up to 18 hours of battery life.

The Watch doesn't have a conventional antenna. Interestingly, the display itself acts as an antenna! The Watch Series 3 is equipped with a SIM card, WeChat support as well as Skiing and snowboarding apps.

The Series 3, despite requiring a cell antenna, is the same size as the Apple Watch Series 2. However, it comes with an expanded back.

William said that the new watch can play up to 40 million songs using the Apple Music facility.

The Apple Watch Series 3 will be launching on September 15. Gear S3 of Samsung and Watch Urbane of LG have Global Positioning System and LTE.

Apple's new Watch will now notify you if you have an unusually high heart rate while you don't appear to be active. A call is made from the Apple Watch calling demonstration. Would a person need to carry a phone around with them in order to use an independent cellular connection located on their wrist?

watchOS 4 sports several new watch faces, including a new Siri face that learns what data you want to see, improved activity tracking, new workouts, all day heart rate monitoring with alerts, music streaming, and more. If you're diagnosed to have it, you would need specific treatments. These apps allow users to contact a doctor with minutes.

The former intelligence contractor, who leaked documents in 2013 that exposed warrantless government surveillance, called the face-off "the most important tech case in a decade" and criticized the Federal Bureau of Investigation for creating a world where Apple protects citizens' rights, rather than the other way around.

Greg Marcus, a cardiac electrophysiologist at UCSF who was involved with the Cardiogram study, said Apple benefits from the real-time access to raw data from its heart rate sensor.


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