Third-Gen Apple Watch will come with cellular connectivity

Apple Watch is doing well in the business. Apple is selling more smartwatches than any other manufacturer, allowing the company to maintaining its number one position in the industry. In Q4/2016, the Cupertino Company shipped around 5.1 million units Apple Watches, making it among the most desired smartwatches in the market.

According to users, there is still something missing from the Apple Watch 2, which is cellular connectivity. However, things will change this year. According to analysts, the next generation Apple Watch will include its highly-anticipated feature, cellular connectivity. This means that Apple Watch 3 will feature a SIM card slot.

Besides, the new wearable device is believed to be promoted alongside the new AirPods so that you will be able to make and receive calls directly from your Apple Watch, eliminating the need to use your iPhone.

In reality, Apple has been working on an Apple Watch with cellular connectivity for several years. Last year, rumors claimed that the second generation Apple Watch would feature cellular connectivity, but it was nowhere to be found when it made its debut in September.

According to tech experts, cellular modem eliminates the need for Apple Watch owners to rely on their iPhone for data connection. Rumors say that the third-generation Apple Watch will come with hardware improvements to boost battery life and performance.

Aside from a new Apple Watch, Apple has been rumored to launch up to three iPhone models to celebrate ten years of iPhone this year. The upcoming iPhone is believed to come with an overhauled design, and compelling features. Previous rumors said that the premium iPhone 8 will launch September but in limited quantities due to the supply chain issues. Some key components that are likely to be found on iPhone 8 include long-range wireless charging, OLED display, iris scanner and much-enhanced Touch ID.

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