The Apple Watch Series 3 has been available for customers in Thailand for quite some time now, but only in the WiFi + GPS model.
It looks like that will be changing in the early stages of April, though. As first reported today by MacRumors, and based on Apple’s own page dedicated to availability for the cellular version of the Apple Watch 3, that model will be landing in Thailand on Thursday, April 5. Customers in that region will be able to buy the new cellular-enabled smartwatch via TrueMoveH.
Once the Series 3 with LTE launches in Thailand, that means the Apple Watch variant will be available in more than a dozen countries and territories, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland, France, Germany, and others.
Of course, the standard WiFi + GPS model is more broadly available, as that does not necessitate the requirement of wireless carrier support in regions.
It has been a bit of time since the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE saw expanded availability, but, as is usually the case, this is one of those “better late than never” situations. There isn’t any word on how much the LTE-enabled model will cost in Thailand, but considering the smartwatch will be available in a little over a week, it won’t be long before that question gets answered.
If you have been able to pick one up, how are you liking the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE? Do you think it’s worth the added cost, both up front and with the wireless carrier?[via MacRumors; Apple]