If you have an Apple Watch Series 3, particularly the variant without built-in cellular connectivity, and have noticed stripes on the side of your display, you aren’t alone.
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John Hancock recently announced it would be offering an Apple Watch Series 3 at a steep discount for its members that stay active.
A week after launching the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE in China on China’s Unicom network, the LTE functionality of the watch was cut off in the region. The WSJ report claims that the feature was suspended by China Unicom due to pressure from the government.
The Apple Watch Series 3 was announced back in September and went on sale soon after. For one analyst, the newest wearable from Apple is a pretty big success.
Back in August, Fitbit finally unveiled the smartwatch it has been working on for quite some time, officially calling it the Ionic.
After tearing their way through the inside of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the iFixit team has posted their teardown of the Apple Watch Series 3. The latest wearable from Apple features the same form factor as the previous generation Apple Watch, though it does come with faster internals and LTE connectivity.
Ahead of the launch of the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE, Apple conceded that the smartwatch was impacted by a bug that would not let the device connect to the cellular network after handing off from a Wi-Fi network.
It’s iPhone (8 and 8 Plus) launch day, which means that Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, has stopped into an Apple retail site to see how things are going. Based on his reaction, he’s pretty pleased.
Apple is a busy company, but it’s a safe bet that, near one of its product’s launch days, things get even more hectic. A new video aims to showcase just what that looks like.
As the world turns, time marches on, and over in New Zealand it’s already Friday, September 22, as this post gets published on Thursday, September 21, on the other side of the globe.