Apple Watch 3 in Final Test Phase [Report]

Apple Watch 3 in Final Test Phase [Report]

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Apple's next generation Apple Watch is in the final test phase before mass production, according to a Chinese-language report from UDN.

According to past practice, Apple is likely to publish Apple Watch Series 3 in the second half, supply chain sources pointed out that the current product has entered the final test phase, as long as the test is successful, will soon be mass production, when Quanta is located in Changshu, China Will enter the state of preparation, the fastest fourth quarter began mass production shipments.

The new Apple Watch is expected to feature an eSIM for LTE connectivity. Recent reports have suggested that it may not be able to make traditional voice calls; however, VoIP calling is likely.

Apple is expected to launch the new smartwatch alongside next generation iPhones in September.

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Apple Watch 3 in Final Test Phase [Report]
Jack William - August 30, 2017 at 10:23am
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joshWUa - August 21, 2017 at 5:02pm
I was expecting something with a glucose reader, I’m guessing it won’t happen this year. LTE connectivity doesn’t impress me since I always have my phone with me, then again why would I pay for another line exclusive to the Apple Watch. No thanks.
Great! - August 19, 2017 at 9:02am
They are aiming for the Apple Watch and AirPods combo.
Jack William - August 18, 2017 at 12:15pm
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Dr Kessinger, GRI, RECI, NEC, AGO - August 17, 2017 at 6:07pm
GSM? No CDMA nor TDMA!
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