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Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular, 42mm) – Space Gray Aluminium Case with Black Sport Band

Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular, 42mm) – Space Gray Aluminium Case with Black Sport Band


Apple Watch Series 3 review 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 criticism of the Apple Watch included
that it leaned too heavily on the phone for basic tasks. Software updates and faster processors have
made that less of an issue; now, the watch can run apps natively and access Wi-Fi networks
that your iPhone has connected to in the past. But it still requires your phone to be its
relay device for phone calls and notifications, and it can’t do much when your iPhone is out
of range and there are no known Wi-Fi networks around. The Series 3 pairs to your iPhone the same
way past generations did, with a dynamic image on the watch face that you scan with your
iPhone camera. That part is just as seamless as usual. But then I got to the part where I had to
activate the watch’s cellular connectivity. I quickly discovered the LTE Series 3’s limitations
when I left my iPhone at home. I started the day with a 3.5-mile run, during
which I streamed Apple Music’s Pop Workout radio station the entire 37 minutes. When I returned home to eat breakfast, I checked
my watch battery. It had drained to 60 percent after running
every battery-sucking feature I managed to squeeze another 12.5 hours out
of the watch by not relying on it too heavily for the rest of the day. Apple’s ability to put a cellular modem and
bigger battery into the Series 3 without dramatically adding to its size is impressive. The watch is slightly thicker than the Series
2 — about two sheets of paper thicker, Apple says — but not noticeably so. The 38mm Apple Watch Series 3 is the only
LTE smartwatch that looks good on my wrist. The Series 3 also comes in a larger, 42mm
size for people with larger wrists. Sure, you can phone home from your watch.
But do you really want to? Making or taking phone calls from your wrist is something of
a novelty, and you’ll definitely tire of it. A pair of Bluetooth earphones, such as Apple’s
AirPods, elevates the experience — it’s about as pleasurable as a phone call can possibly
be. The Series 3 with LTE has had its problems,
like the Wi-Fi software bug and launch-weekend carrier hiccups. But the watch has already improved by leaps
and bounds, thanks to a software update that added streaming music
and manual control over cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity so your watch doesn’t get stuck
somewhere between the two. Longer battery life will continue to be a
struggle at this size, even though the Series 3 has a bigger battery than its predecessors. There are moments when LTE makes the watch
feel truly magical: receiving a text while I’m running with just the Apple Watch and
AirPods, or downloading emails without a phone nearby
after escaping the office to pick up lunch. But those moments aren’t as frequent as I
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