Apple Watch Series 3 With Built In Cellular Launched

Yolanda Curtis
September 13, 2017

"Like your heart. Very few people wore heart monitors", Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with Fortune on Monday.

"97 percent customer satisfaction rate".


Apple has also partnered with Stanford University to conduct the Apple Heart Study, which will utilize heart rate data collected by the Apple Watch to study heart arrhythmia (an irregular heartbeat), a severe form of which, atrial fibrillation, can lead to life-threatening complications if undiagnosed.

Apple will enhance the heart rate app to monitor measurements like resting heart rate, recovery heart rate and a notification for an elevated heart rate when you don't appear to be active. That means you can listen to Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, or other streaming music services without having your handset with you. It comes with a new dual core processor which helps Siri to talk via Apple Watch. Siri works faster than ever before. Apple has not yet announced the Australian or United Kingdom prices for the device. It also comes with W2 Chip for better Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. The watch also comes with a barometric altimeter.


The latest edition of the Apple Watch will come with a version that includes built-in support for cellular communications, enabled via a built-in "electronic SIM", Apple COO Jeff Williams has revealed. A call is made from the Apple Watch calling demonstration. It's also the big focus of a new video that Apple showed at their event.

In June, CNBC reported that Apple hired Sumbul Desai, a rising star on Stanford's digital health team who was working on projects related to Apple Watch. The cellular one will start at 399 dollars while the normal one at 329 dollars. The watch offers an 18 hour battery backup. It will be available on 22nd September with Pre orders from 15th September.


Apple continues to push the bar with their Apple Watches.

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