Apple Watch Series 3 will cost $329 for the non-cellular version and $399 for the fully-equipped model, and Apple Watch Series 1 will still be available starting at $249. With iOS 11, Apple has rethought multitasking on the iPad - revamping the dock, changing how Split View works, and introducing system-level features like drag and drop of files, text, photos, apps, and more. The of Apple Watch Series 3 unveiling took place at a media event which is the first in the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple's new "spaceship" campus in Cupertino.
Apple Watch Series 3 will come in cellular and non-cellular version. That was on display in the latest Apple keynote on September 12, where there was a lot of focus on new heart rate monitoring capabilities, and only a passing mention to its Hermés collaboration.
Sporting a new dual-core processor which is 70 percent faster, the Series 3 allows for quicker responses from Siri, which is now able to speak through the watch.
Even with all the new features, Watch Series 3 is the same size as that of the previous watch.
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If you've watched Apple events in the past couple of years then you've heard this notion before. - Preorders for the Apple Watch Series 3 begin on September 15th, with the product shipping to customers on September 22nd. Apple Music will be installed directly on the device, allowing you to stream the service from day one without your iPhone nearby. The new TV app will also bring live sports and news, and iTunes will provide 4K movies at the same price at HD movies. Apple still compares itself to watch companies even though it is not positioning its watch for fitness, like wearable makers do.
This was a long overdue update, in the eyes of many Apple fans, so it's a damn good thing we finally got the 4K Apple TV we've been craving for years.
Apple is also taking advantage of its heart rate technology (it's the most-used heart rate monitor in the world, says Apple COO Jeff Williams) to launch a new initiative to help detect irregular heartbeats, or arrhythmias. Pricing starts at Rs 29,900 and will be available from 29 September. Furthermore, a built-in speaker enables Siri to speak from the owner's wrist. "With the introduction of iPhone ten years ago, we revolutionised the mobile phone with Multi-Touch. iPhone X marks a new era for iPhone - one in which the device disappears into the experience". It will have smart activity coaching, a redesigned workout app, and more.