On Tuesday, July 31, Apple is going to announce its latest quarterly earnings. After that, it’ll have an earnings call where the company’s CEO and CFO will more than likely be asked in some way or another just how many Apple Watches it has sold.
Apple Watch 3
The Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE launched with plenty of support from the major wireless carriers in the United States, but for folks on the regional offerings across the U.S., support simply wasn’t there.
Apple is expanding Apple Watch Series 3 Cellular availability to more countries today. The LTE variant of the wearable was available in a selected few markets when it first launched, though Apple has been slowly expanding its availability to more markets. Now, the company is bringing the wearable to the UAE, Mexico, South Korea, and Brazil.
Apple has used its refurbished devices to get customers in “new to them” gadgets while also saving them some money off the retail price, too.
The Apple Watch Series 3 has been available for customers in Thailand for quite some time now, but only in the WiFi + GPS model.
Apple has officially updated the refurbished section of its online store, adding the 38mm and 42mm Apple Watch Series 3 into the mix.
Apple has updated its website to reflect that the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE connectivity will be available in Hong Kong and Singapore starting from February 2. The smartwatch will hit the retail stores on February 9.
A California kitesurfer who was stranded off the coast of California has shared his experience with an Apple Watch, which helped him contact emergency responders. John Zilles was learning how to use a hydrofoil, a contraption used by kitesurfers to rise above the water. However, he quickly realized that he was quite a distance away from the shore.
The Apple Watch Series 3, with built-in LTE or without, has been available for a bit of time now. And now Apple has detailed the battery life for its newest wearable.