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Apple Watch Series 3 OLED 42 mm Digital 312 x 390 pixels Touchscreen Silver Wi-Fi GPS (satellite)

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  • - Smartwatch Digital Touchscreen OLED
  • - 312 x 390 pixels 1000 cd/m²
  • - Splash proof, Waterproof Waterproof up to: 50 m
  • - Built-in microphone Built-in speaker(s)
  • - Heart rate monitor Accelerometer Gyroscope
  • - GPS (satellite) GLONASS
  • - Wi-Fi Bluetooth 4.2
  • - Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) 18 h
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Watch Series 3, 42mm, GPS, S3, W2, 8GB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, watchOS 4, Silver Aluminium Case, Fog Sport Band
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Short summary description Apple Watch Series 3 OLED 42 mm Digital 312 x 390 pixels Touchscreen Silver Wi-Fi GPS (satellite):
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Apple Watch Series 3, OLED, Touchscreen, 8 GB, Wi-Fi, GPS (satellite), 32.3 g

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Apple Watch Series 3. Display technology: OLED, Display resolution: 312 x 390 pixels, Touchscreen. Flash memory: 8 GB. Wi-Fi. GPS (satellite). Weight: 32.3 g. Waterproof up to: 50 m, Band material: Fluoroelastomer, Band colour: Grey. Operating system installed: watchOS 4

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Reviews
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Uk has collected 275 expert reviews for Apple Watch Series 3 OLED 42 mm Digital 312 x 390 pixels Touchscreen Silver Wi-Fi GPS (satellite) and the average expert rating is 82 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
82%
Source Review comments Score
techadvisor.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
Fitness trackers, which are also called activity trackers, activity monitors or fitness bands, are like high-tech pedometers that can count your steps and then estimate the distance you've travelled and the calories you've burned. The biggest activity b...
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:58
You've likely noticed that Fitbit has launched its proper smartwatch, the Ionic, and that Samsung has also got new Gear wearables. Well both are in our chart. We've rounded up some of the smartest watches to potentially grace your arm in 2017, but includ...
0%
pocket-lint.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
The Apple Watch is now in its third year, so is it third time's a charm, or just more of the same? We've been wearing, exercising, calling, texting, and plenty of other things using the new 4G-equipped smartwatch to find out whether now is the time to sta...
Good Ability to ditch the iPhone, WatchOS 4, Ease of making calls, Still looks the part, Greater fitness focus than before...
Bad Call issues if you are on captive Wi-Fi network, No international roaming...
Bottom line When the Apple Watch Series 3 launched it didn't feel ready. Now 3 months later its a very different story. In many ways it works as an improved version of the already good Series 2 offering with the big stand out feature being the 4G connectivity.But if...
80%
T3.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
The Apple Watch Series 3 follows up last year's Series 2 by adding cellular connectivity to an already-successful recipe. But how successful? Nobody really knows.Apple is notoriously secretive, but even by its standards it is remaining tight-lipped around...
Good Leaves rivals floundering, Cellular a worthy addition, Plenty of design options, Great for general fitness...
Bad We want even more battery life, Restricted network choice...
Bottom line Cell connectivity is an excellent addition to a category-leading device. There's no better smartwatch out there...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
Apple has made much in recent months of its pre-eminence over other watch brands such as Rolex and Fossil, but is the Apple Watch Series 3 worth its hefty cost?The Series 3 replaces the Watch Series 2 as Apple’s pre-eminent wearable. And now there’s a GPS...
Bottom line 4G isn't essential, but the Apple Watch 3 is still the best smartwatch money can buy...
100%
techradar.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
It might have taken some of you by surprise that the Apple Watch 3 (or Apple Watch Series 3 if you're being particular) isn't just an evolution of the Watch 2, but a direct replacement.The Watch 3 is available in two forms – one with cellular connectivity...
Good Good smartwatch battery life, Clear, bright screen...
Bad Only iPhone compatible, Siri still patchy...
Bottom line The two versions of the Apple Watch 3 impress - but the cheaper, non-4G version of the wearable delivers good value for money and top fitness capabilities from the wrist...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:58
The Apple Watch is now in its third iteration, and while it may appear that not much has changed on the surface, there have been some developments under the hood. The big draw for the Series 3 is the option of LTE connectivity. This means greater indepen...
Good Snappier performance, Improved exercise tracking, Super-bright and clear display, Decent battery life (when not reliant on LTE), watchOS 4 improvements, Apple Pay is still super useful...
Bad LTE has a big impact on battery life, Needs more dedicated watch apps to make use of LTE, Need to wait for Apple Music streaming, Siri doesn't always work, No LTE roaming...
Bottom line Apple Watch 3 – Battery life and charging Battery life is rated the same as the Apple Watch Series 2, which Apple states is 18 hours. This applies for both the cellular and non-cellular options. In my experience – and this was the case with the Series 2...
80%
gizmodo.com.au
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The Apple Watch Series 3 is expensive for a smartwatch. Many of the third party apps are still slow enough to drive sane people to the brink. It also only lasts a day on a charge. I should hate this watch and everything it stands for, but after three week...
0%
gizmodo.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The Apple Watch Series 3 is crazy expensive for a smartwatch—£100 more than its closest competitors. Many of the third party apps are still slow enough to drive sane people to the brink. It also only lasts a day on a charge. I should hate this watch and e...
0%
itpro.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Sign up for our daily newsletter Apple Watch tends to divide opinion. People live by it, can't see the point of it or baulk at the design, not to mention the price. Yet, despite reports of falling sales, Apple announced at its recent keynote that the Ap...
80%
techguide.com.au
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The latest Apple Watch Series 3 has certainly raised the bar in terms of functionality thanks to the addition of an eSIM that will allow you to make and receive calls and messages without your iPhone by your side.Tech Guide has been using the new Apple Wa...
Bottom line The Apple Watch Series 3 is a breakthrough product that offers even more features and stand-alone connectivity with the freedom and versatility of not being weighed down by your iPhone while still having access to your calls, messages and apps.As a sports...
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
How many worlds has Apple left to conquer? It its lifetime it has triumphed with computer, phone, tablet and watch. So, in 2017, does the world need an Apple computer inside an Apple Watch, with an Apple phone attached? It's got it with the Apple Watch Se...
Bottom line The Series 3 with LTE does what it set out to do, but it is a bridge product. We are not in a sci-fi world where everyone wants a watch to make calls instead of a smartphone.Apple has nailed the integration way better than any other manufacturer, but with...
70%
bit.com.au
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:59
Apple Watch tends to divide opinion. People live by it, can't see the point of it or baulk at the design, not to mention the price.Yet, despite reports of falling sales, Apple announced at its recent keynote that the Apple Watch is now the most popular wa...
Bottom line It's not perfect, it's pricey and the design might be to everyone's taste, but the Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) is best smartwatch available, made better for the fact that it allows you to leave your phone at home.OverallSpecsFrom $559 AUD (for G...
80%
canadianreviewer.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The biggest feature is the addition of cellular capability which makes it possible to use the Watch independently of paired iPhones.An embedded SIM card allows users to make phone calls, send SMS or iMessages, query Siri for information and access Apple M...
Bottom line The Series 3 GPS + Cellular is the most advanced, most connected Apple Watch and it is also the most iPhone independent model that can work on a user's existing cellular number (where supported) for an extra monthly subscription fee of around $10 a month...
0%
macworld.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Welcome to our Apple Watch Series 3 review, in which we evaluate Apple's new wearable. We check out the watch's design and new features, put it through rigorous performance and battery tests, and rate it for value for money. If you reach a decision after...
Bottom line We weren't sure about cellular when it was just a rumour and we're still not sure about it now; the main concern was that it would hobble battery performance, and if the Series 3 is going to take us back to the days of one-day rather than two-day battery...
30%
wareable.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The Apple Watch Series 2 was a better answer to a question Apple had been asking since its very first wearable: What do people actually want their smartwatch to do? The resounding answer was fitness, and in response the Series 2 doubled down on getting yo...
Good LTE brings new freedom, Faster performance, Call quality is very good...
Bad Additional monthly cost to have LTE, Third-party apps are lacking, The curious case of the red dot...
Bottom line If you're still rocking an Apple Watch Series 1 or original model, the Apple Watch Series 3 is worth the upgrade, LTE or not. For Series 2 owners, you're almost looking at the same smartwatch, so an update will depend on how much you value LTE on the wris...
80%
thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:59
Lisa Gade reviews Apple's latest smartwatch for fall 2017, the Series 3. It's available in aluminum for $329 without LTE and $399 with LTE. As usual, it's also available in stainless steel, ceramic and the Nike version is coming next month. The watch runs...
0%
stuff.tv
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
In a few years, we might look back and see that Apple's big, innovative phone for 2017 wasn't the iPhone X – it was the Watch Series 3.With smartphones hitting peak evolution, Apple quietly skated to where it knew the puck was headed and made a wrist-base...
Good Incredibly small for a 4G smartwatch, Still the best fitness tracker around, Voice calls work surprisingly well, Battery life holds up, even when using 4G, Huge array of bands means you can make it your own...
Bad Only available on one carrier in the UK, Apple Music streaming not yet available on 4G, Not all apps work on 4G without your phone, You still need an iPhone to use it, Overkill if you mainly want fitness tracking...
Bottom line It's feels strange that Apple didn't, like the iPhone X, announce its cellular Watch Series 3 as a 'coming soon' option. Right now, it can't stream Apple Music, is only available on one UK network, has quite a few apps that lack Watch-only functionality...
80%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:59
The Apple Watch is the world's best selling watch. Think about that for a moment. Not the best selling smartwatch; but the best selling watch overall. Despite many questions about whether people need smartwatches, or the usefulness of them in the first pl...
Good Makes calls from your wrist, Voice control is excellent, A joy to use, Masses of personalization options, Superb fitness tracking ability...
Bad Third-party app support is lacking, Expensive, Speaker is quiet...
Bottom line Yes. The Apple Watch Series 3 is, by a massive distance, the best smartwatch you can buy. WatchOS easily eclipses Android Wear, from the fitness features to the neatness with which the cellular connectivity has been integrated, and it's lightning fast in...
80%
knowyourmobile.com
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:59
Yep, that's right. The Apple Watch FINALLY has native LTE support. The early reviews are generally very good, but some are lamenting LTE's effect on battery life as well as some pretty serious connectivity issues. We'll have a full review of the Apple Wat...
0%
mobilesyrup.com
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:59
Since launch, I've always liked the Apple Watch a lot.I'd even go so far as to say I'm a big fan of smartwatches in general, including Google's Android Wear platform — especially since the tech giant's recent 2.0 update. “Despite what some may have initia...
Good Cellular connectivity is useful in specific situations, Watch is snappy and fast thanks to S3 processor, watchOS 4 adds great new features...
Bad Price is on the high-end of the smartwatch market, Cellular connectivity is only available with Bell, Cellular only does not get all-day battery life...
Bottom line "How much value you'll get out of cellular connectivity with the latest version of the Apple Watch really depends on how you intend to use the wearable."...
85%
brisbanetimes.com.au
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:59
The Series 3 Apple Watch with LTE was the surprise announcement at last week's Apple event. I didn't expect to see LTE come to a smartwatch smaller than a dinner plate this year, and I didn't expect decent battery if it happened. But Apple has managed to...
0%
eftm.com.au
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
I've used a lot of smartwatches. They're great. But I've always gone back to my trusty old Casio's because I like the style and frankly while Smartwatches offer some great features, they answer questions I've never asked. Until now.Apple's Series 3 Apple...
100%
businessinsider.my
Updated:
2018-01-19 03:34:59
The first reviews for Apple's new Apple Watch are out, and the verdict isn't good.The new $399 Apple Watch Series 3, which goes on sale Friday, is the first Apple Watch that can work without being tethered to the iPhone, thanks to an LTE connection from y...
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Smartwatches are maturing and there's now a pretty decent selection to choose between whether you have an iPhone or an Android phone. If you're thinking of getting an Apple Watch, you'll need an iPhone because you can't pair one with an Android phone. A...
Bottom line Apple has made the Series 3 cheaper than the Series 2 yet packed in more storage and a faster processor. It will cost you more if you want built-in 4G, but that could be the killer feature if you've longed to use your Watch without having to carry your iP...
0%
macworld.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The recent inaugural event at the Steve Jobs Theatre saw Apple unveil the bulk of its product line-up for the year ahead. Among the new devices announced were the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, the Apple TV 4K, plus a significant step forward for the A...
Bottom line With the Apple Watch Series 3 it does feel like Apple has finally released a wearable that realises its potential. The LTE-equipped models have a freedom that is truly useful, especially in terms of health and fitness, but also for conveniently staying in...
0%
stuff.tv/my/
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The Apple Watch didn't need to evolve its design – after all, there's a reason why it's now the world's best-selling watch (that's watch, not just smartwatch).This means the Series 3 looks, understandably, identical to its predecessor. But internally? The...
Bottom line Leaving the cellular question aside for the moment, is it worth upgrading to the Watch Series 3 if you're existing Watch owner?While I did see some performance improvements from the Series 3, it's unlikely that Series 2 owners will see any reason to upgra...
0%
alphr.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Apple Watch tends to divide opinion – people live by it, can't see the point of it or baulk at the design, not to mention the price. Yet despite reports of falling sales, Apple announced at its recent keynote that the Apple Watch is now the most popular...
Bottom line My biggest bugbear of previous Apple Watches has been their reliance on the phone.You effectively need to spend in the region of £900 to make the current system work (to buy the Watch and have the iPhone to connect it to), plus the benefits of having the...
80%
mobilesyrup.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Apple's third-generation Apple Watch looks almost exactly like its predecessor, so those hoping for a visual revamp will be disappointed in the tech giant's latest wearable offering.Under the hood though, the Apple Watch Series 3 is arguably the smartwatc...
0%
goodhousekeeping.co.uk
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The Apple Watch Series 3 is the bee's knees of smart watches as far as we're concerned. Simple to use, it really is like a tiny smartphone on your wrist. This is even truer now that it features an electronic SIM card. Now you can make and take calls, send...
Good The smart watch has an electronic SIM that duplicates the data from the SIM in your mobile phone and allows you to make calls, send messages, surf the web, use Siri and even stream tracks from Apple Music when you don't have your phone with you, Voice ass...
Bad The Apple Watch Series 3 doesn't work with Android devices, It's slow to boot up, taking more than a minute in our tests, If you want to make and take calls from the watch without your phone, you'll need an EE SIM card...
Bottom line The Apple Watch Series 3 is the best smart watch on the market. Simple to use and comfortable to wear, it fuses a great activity tracker with the features of a smartphone that let you stay in touch. It's expensive but worth every penny...
87%
macworld.co.uk
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2018-01-29 03:43:32
The Apple Watch Series 3 has hit the streets, but one question remains: is LTE cellular a good idea? The Series 3 is available with cellular or without, so in this article we compare the features and pricing of the two options to help you make the right b...
Bottom line In a few generations it may seem strange that smartwatches used to be little more than glorified accessories for smartphones, and the Series 3 is clearly a step towards the product's future as an independent device.In the short term, and bearing in mind t...
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alphr.com
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2018-02-05 02:13:00
The Apple Watch saw its best ever quarter in terms of sales in the first quarter of 2018, with the Apple Watch Series 3 selling at twice the volume of the Series 2 compared to this time last year. What's more, the entire Apple Watch range had a 50% growt...
Bottom line The biggest bugbear I had with previous Apple Watches was their reliance on the phone. Apple Watch 3 solves this. Yes, you'll need to spend £400 for the 4G model, (plus an EE contract) but it's likely to have a much longer shelf-life and will be genuinely...
80%
pcauthority.com.au
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2018-02-06 04:59:56
The Apple Watch didn't need to evolve its design – after all, there's a reason why it's now the world's best-selling watch (that's watch, not just smartwatch). This means the Series 3 looks, understandably, identical to its predecessor. But internally? T...
Bottom line Leaving the cellular question aside for the moment, is it worth upgrading to the Watch Series 3 if you're existing Watch owner?While I did see some performance improvements from the Series 3, it's unlikely that Series 2 owners will see any reason to upgra...
0%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2018-02-21 06:57:03
Looking for a great deal on a fitness tracker? Here's our pick of the best available right nowIn this list, we've aimed to all types of devices including more basic fitness trackers that don't have GPS to or heart-rate sensors. Battery life can vary signi...
Bottom line There are plenty of fitness trackers out there, but these are our picks...
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expertreviews.co.uk
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2018-03-23 04:29:10
The first question is which sporting activity you want to track, as this will determine the core features you want. If you’re a runner or a cyclist then GPS tracking is a must, while swimmers will be more concerned with waterproofing. Triathletes need a m...
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cgmagonline.com
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2018-04-26 17:23:04
I have always been a believer in Smartwatches, from the early Datalink watch from Microsoft and Timex to the more recent Android Wear. While they all offered things that made them useful devices, there were always compromises. Aspects that made them less...
90%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2018-05-22 10:04:49
If you're sick and tired of reaching into your pocket for your smartphone every time someone sends you a messange on WhatsApp, you might find the convenience of a smartwatch – which delivers notifications straight to your wrist over a Bluetooth connection...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
Many tech experts advise updating your Apple devices every other generation, but those who went from the original Apple Watch to the Series 3 might be forgiven for doubting that wisdom. The big steps forward for Apple's wearable, of course, happened with...
Bottom line Should you update from the Series 3 to the 5? This is a difficult question.If you're running a Series 3, upgrading to a Series 5 will undoubtedly provide you with a plethora of advantages: a compass, an ECG, better heart monitors, upgraded Bluetooth, more...
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expertreviews.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
Buy the Apple Watch 3 from CurrysThe Apple Watch 4 represents the biggest design change Apple’s smartwatch has ever seen. For a start, the device is larger than before, now available in 40mm and 44mm variants, where previous versions of the watch were 38m...
Bottom line The Watch 4 improves on the Watch 3 in a number of different ways. It's thinner, faster and has a larger display, making it the most appealing smartwatch Apple has produced to date.A number of new features such as fall detection and the option to conduct...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
The Apple Watch Series 4 was announced on 12 Sept and will go on sale on 21 Sept. But how does it compare to the previous generation?In this article we compare the specs, design and features of the Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4.The Apple Watch Series...
Bottom line It feels like a no-brainer: the Series 4 features a slimmer body and a larger screen, has a processor that's twice as fast and comes with a raft of new health features. It's hard to make a case for the Series 3 - except that it now gets a price cut and st...
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au.pcmag.com
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
Want to watch movies on your Apple Watch? We don't either, so the watch's upcoming theater mode, which Apple hinted at in a developer guide this week, seems puzzling until you realize that it's intended to minimize disruptions in a dark theater, rather th...
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theverge.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
I like watches. I wear one every single day, without fail, and have since I was in elementary school. I also like gadgets a lot, which means that a smartwatch is something that I've always been intrigued by and wanted in my life.But despite being both a w...
Good Great build quality, Sharp, vibrant display, Fast performance, Reliable battery life...
Bad Doesn't always show the time, Every Apple Watch looks just like every other Apple Watch, Smartwatches are still not must-have devices...
80%
dcrainmaker.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
Of course, in many ways the Apple Watch Series 3 isn't appreciably different for sports usage than the previous Apple Watch Series 2 unit. In theory, it's got the same heart rate sensor, as well as the same GPS capabilities. What it gains though in ‘GPS+C...
Bottom line In many ways the most important new features of the Apple Watch Series 3 aren't at all new hardware. Sure, cellular connectivity and its red dot gets all the attention, but I haven't seen it be a huge deal for my day to day workouts. Instead, it's actuall...
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the-gadgeteer.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
The title says it all… I've purchased both the Series 1 and Series 2 Apple Watches, taking them both back within Apple's no-questions-asked return window. Each time going into the relationship starry-eyed and hopeful. But ultimately determining that I did...
Good Excellent material/build quality, Best smartwatch OS to date, Enhanced Apple ecosystem experience, Great motivational tool, Built-in LTE...
Bad Expensive...
0%
imore.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:58
With Series 3, Apple has brought a brand new finish to its Ceramic Edition — Space Gray.Last year, Apple Watch transitioned its Edition line from 18K yellow and rose gold to white ceramic. That took it from tens of thousands of dollars down to $1,299 for...
Bottom line When Apple Watch first launched it wasn't very independent. It was like a short-range shuttlecraft to starship iPhone. Now, three generations in, it has the LTE equivalent of warp nacelles and can venture ever further on its own. It's not a starship yet...
50%
recombu.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The third Apple Watch is far from an essential upgrade, unlike last year's Series 2 wearable, although this is still one of the very best smartwatches that you can buy in 2017.Apple may have been late to the smart wearable game, launching its original and...
Good Cellular support, Excellent health tracking, Same sleek design...
Bad Not much of an upgrade, Confusing number of models...
Bottom line The Series 3 Watch isn't an essential upgrade for Series 2 owners, unless you're desperate for that cellular connectivity to free you from your smartphone. However, for owners of the original Apple Watch and anyone who's yet to make the jump to smartwatch...
90%
ilounge.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Last year's release of the Apple Watch Series 2 gave Apple's wearable device a renewed focus, shifting it more directly toward health and fitness with features like a built-in GPS for workout tracking and swim-proofing. At the same time, Apple also gave i...
90%
macworld.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Apple Watch Series 3 has relieved my Forgotten Phone Anxiety. You know the feeling: You reach your destination and paw at the outside of your pocket to feel the phone-sized lump and it isn't there. And you panic. Mind you, my stomach still drops when I r...
Good LTE gives Apple Watch the freedom it's always deserved, Incredibly fast chip and excellent battery life, Great health and fitness features...
Bad Some connectivity issues, No onboard App Store...
80%
engadget.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
With each generation, the Apple Watch's purpose has seemed to shift. The first one demonstrated what Apple thought a wearable should be, and the second tried to be the perfect workout companion. When it came time to build the Series 3, though, Apple took...
Good Improved performance, Great battery life when connected to a phone, Valuable new fitness features, Siri feels more useful...
Bad iPhone still needs to be on to receive texts, Lousy battery life on LTE, Call quality can vary, Apple Music streaming not ready yet...
Bottom line Chris Velazco/EngadgetThe Apple Watch Series 3 often feels like two devices in one. When it's connected to a phone, it's an improvement over its predecessors in just about every way that matters. More important, the tight integration of improved hardware...
82%
phonearena.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
You could say that the hoopla over smartwatches has died long ago, they've kind of hit this unseen roadblock where consumers just don't seem to be as interested in them as before. Initially, the pacing was ferocious, as a slew of companies were quick to...
Good Builtin cellular connection finally, Robust platform with WatchOS 4, Bigger focus on health & fitness, Apple Music streaming coming later this year...
Bad Same restrained look as before, $400 price tag for the cellular model is pretty stiff, Not a whole lot of "new" stuff...
Bottom line There's no denying that the Apple Watch is the best-selling smartwatch out there. If you're uncertain about that, all you need to do is just go out in public and check for yourself. In most cases, you'll probably see the Apple Watch on a few people's wris...
70%
tomsguide.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
A smartwatch aims to put easy access to your smartphone on your wrist. But cellular connectivity has the potential to remove your phone from the equation altogether. Early criticisms of the Apple Watch were that it leaned too heavily on the phone for basi...
Good Excellent fitness-tracking feature, Faster Sir, LTE is convenient while you're working out...
Bad Cellular activation issues on two carrier, Short battery life when connected to cellula, Apple Music streaming not available at launc, Watch heats up during phone calls...
60%
appleinsider.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular takes a major step forward in making Apple's wrist-worn device its own independent, connected computing platform. Simply put, it's a must-have for athletes in the Apple ecosystem, and a wearable device worth consider...
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macworld.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Macworld is working on reviews of the iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV 4K. Macworld's Leah Yamshon and Michael Simon talk about what they've experienced so far, and producer Dan Masaoka chimes in with questions from the audience. It's all in t...
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cultofmac.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Early reviews of the Apple Watch Series 3 are now dropping ahead of its official debut on Friday, September 22. If you're still in two minds about whether you should upgrade, they should help you make that all-important decision.Many reviews point out tha...
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9to5mac.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
In this week's top stories: The iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV 4K are now available and we go hands-on with it all, Apple officially release iOS 11, the iPhone X launch looms, and much more. Read on for it all…Following Apple's first event a...
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lifewire.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Before we get into specifics, there are two main versions of the Apple Watch:Note that the Apple Watch Series 2 was officially discontinued after the release of the Apple Watch Series 3, but you still may be able to find it available for purchase through...
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9to5mac.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
When the first generation Apple Watch debuted in 2015, people often called it the Dick Tracy watch because you could make phone calls from your wrist like the comic book strip detective known for his 2-way wrist radio. Apple Watch wasn't fully there yet...
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mashable.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
Let's talk about the red dot.The hint of bright color on the Apple Watch Series 3 digital crown serves no function. It's just a bold reminder that this wearable doesn't need your iPhone to do its job, thank you very much.SEE ALSO: The iPhone 8 is excellen...
Good It can make and receive calls on its own, Still excellent design, Data can power Siri and other apps, More Workout options than ever, Great battery life...
Bad Price for LTE support is high, You'll pay for data, Streaming music not ready, No podcast app...
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macworld.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
It turns out the third time isn't the charm for Apple Watch. Early reviews for the Series 3 model with cellular have landed and let's just say there are some concerns. Most of the problems result from LTE connectivity issues, the major new feature on App...
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9to5mac.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The first Apple Watch Series 3 reviews are out, and while the device is generally well-received, it also seems the LTE model is not without issues.The headline feature of the LTE model – the freedom to leave your phone behind while jogging, working out in...
Bottom line Daring FireballJohn Gruber was impressed by the hardware, but not the carrier cost – and not the red dot.With the addition of cellular networking in Series 3, Apple Watch gains something essential: independence. It's not just a cool feature. It's aimed sm...
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pcmag.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
According to Tim Cook, the Apple Watch is the number one watch in the world, which also makes it far and away the most popular smartwatch. Apple is aiming to keep that position with the new Series 3. While not much has changed in the design department, it...
Good Built-in cellular connectivity, Improved heart rate monitoring, Faster processor, New band and case options...
Bad Expensive, Battery life remains the same...
Bottom line Apple adds cellular connectivity and doubles down on fitness features with the Watch Series 3...
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imore.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The 38mm Apple Watch Series 3 is now the smallest LTE smartwatch in the world — and that's a big deal.On looks alone, the only thing differentiating this year's Apple Watch upgrade from its predecessors is a tiny red dot on the Digital Crown. Why red? Why...
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imore.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
The 38mm Apple Watch Series 3 is now the smallest LTE smartwatch in the world — and that's a big deal.On looks alone, the only thing differentiating this year's Apple Watch upgrade from its predecessors is a tiny red dot on the Digital Crown. Why red? Why...
Bottom line The Series 3 Apple Watch with LTE is the best watch Apple has ever made. It's also the most flawed: Even if there weren't Wi-Fi issues, any deal that involves carriers is by its very nature have growing pains. If you can deal with the occasional Airplane...
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theverge.com
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2018-01-19 03:34:59
No gadget category has changed more in the last year than smartwatches. There's the Apple Watch, of course, a huge new market for the biggest tech company in the world to tackle. But the Apple Watch has fierce competition from nearly everybody you could t...
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gottabemobile.com
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2018-02-11 07:00:09
After using the Apple Watch 3 for several months this is the smart watch to buy, and it's a very worthy upgrade for anyone who already owns an Apple Watch. While you likely don't need LTE, it can be helpful if you want the freedom to leave your iPhone at...
Good Way faster than previous models, making it useful in many more situations, Long battery life lasts at least two days, including sleep tracking, Waterproof enough to swim with in the pool or ocean, LTE is handy for some users, and a nice addition...
Bad LTE is $10 a month but it doesn't require much data, Some apps are still not optimized, Apple Watch music options are geared to Apple Music, Buy at Apple, Buy at Best Buy, At $329 for the 38mm and $359 for the 42mm, the Apple Watch 3 is a steal for what y...
Bottom line The Apple Watch 3 is a giant leap ahead of the Apple Watch 2, with better battery life, faster apps and an LTE option. This is the Apple Watch to buy...
90%
mbreviews.com
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2018-03-31 07:25:56
PageThe Apple Watch 3 and the Samsung Gear 3 Frontier are proof that the Samsung vs Apple rivalry has transcended the smartphone area and it continues on the realm of smartwatches as well, but, this relatively new market has proven to be a lot more diff...
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techgearlab.com
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2018-04-03 06:31:02
Receiving the highest score of the entire group, the Series 3 unseated its predecessor, the Apple Watch Series 2, having slightly more smart features and functions, claiming the title of the best smartwatch for iOS users. It also outperformed the Samsung...
Good Loaded with smart functions, great display, extremely easy to use...
Bad Not a great battery life, pricey...
Bottom line Earning the top score of the entire group, the Apple Watch Series 3 thoroughly earned its Editors' Choice award and title of best smartwatch for iOS and iPhone users. This top-of-the-line smartwatch is sleek, stylish, and loaded with smart features and fu...
76%
macrumors.com
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2018-04-03 06:31:03
Apple Watch Series 3 reviews are out, and the verdict is mixed about its new built-in cellular capabilities and the impact on battery life. Apple Watch Series 3 via The Verge The Verge editor Lauren Goode said her Apple Watch Series 3 largely "faile...
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t3me.com
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2018-06-24 17:50:05
Apple's keynote last September not only introduced the awesome iPhone X but finally announced a cellular version of the Apple Watch Series 3. Cellular connectivity means that you no longer always have to bring your iPhone with you since it can independent...
Good Excellent fitness tracking features, Intuitive operating system...
Bad Only compatible with iPhones...
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imore.com
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
Last month, the 2019 Apple Watch Series 5 debuted with its new, always-on display, starting at $399 for the regular model and $499 for the cellular version. In my Apple Watch Series 5 review called it the world's best health and fitness tracker and motiva...
Bottom line The Apple Watch Series 5 is legit amazing. But it starts at $399 for Wi-Fi + GPS and $499 for cellular. That's why, at the last Apple Event, when they announced the Series 3 was dropping to $199 for Wi-Fi + GPS and $299 for cellular, I was almost more exc...
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9to5mac.com
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
Apple Watch Series 5 is here with an always-on display and newly added compass, but Apple's $200 entry level model is worth a serious look for buyers on a budget Apple Watch Series 3 matches the new Fitbit Versa 2 in price while offering much deeper iPhon...
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bgr.com
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
There has never been a currently-available Apple Watch model priced as low as the Apple Watch Series 3 is right now on Amazon. If you buy one directly from Apple, you're going to pay $279 at a minimum, and that price could go up as high as $409 if you wan...
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Kenrockwell.com
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
Apple Watch Series 4 (this one in gold with a Milanese band, $399-850 ) bigger. I'd get mine at B&H or at Amazon. This all-content, ad-free webpage's biggest source of support is when you use those or any of these links to approved sources when you get...
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imore.com
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2019-12-08 12:51:53
The aluminum Apple Watch Series 2 is Apple's best smartwatch: It's not only a great fitness tracker and portable communicator, but improved battery life, a faster processor, and GPS may appeal to upgraders.Serenity Caldwell has been writing and talking ab...
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