As well as the iPhone X, Apple has announced the new Apple Watch Series 3.
If you were hoping for a major redesign, you’ll be a tad disappointed. The biggest update coming to the Apple Watch Series 3 is a cellular connection, allowing you to use the smart watch free from an iPhone or WiFi network.
You’ll even be able to make voice calls over cellular, again, without an iPhone present. However, the cellular variant won’t be available in India.
This is really useful for people who use their Apple Watch for running, and hate taking their iPhones with them, but you’ll be able to use apps such as Whatsapp, and even stream from Apple Music.
Inside is a new dual core processor, making it faster than ever, and an altimeter, which allows you to track your altitude.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is exactly the same size as the original, but you’ll notice a minor redesign, in that the digital crown is now coloured red (for Cellular models only).
There’s also a new Rose Gold colour, as well as a host of new Apple Watch Bands (including a few beautiful Hermés ones).
The Apple Watch Series 3 will come running watchOS 4, which brings with it an updated UI, new watch faces, and better activity tracking.
The GPS variant of the Series 3 is priced at Rs. 29,900 whereas the Series 1 is priced at Rs. 21,900.
The Series 3 Watch will go on sale from September 29.