Apple Watch 3 Release Date, News & Update: Wearable Device A Multi-function Watch? Magnetic Wristband, Cellular Connectivity, More Features, Specs Details Revealed!

By Maui , Updated Nov 07, 2016 09:24 AM EST

There is no doubt that the Apple Watch is one of the most successful devices made by the Cupertino-based compant. In fact, there are already 2.8 million Apple Watches shipped all over the globe by the third quarter of 2016. Now, several fans are already eager to know what the company's next move for the upcoming Apple Watch 3.

According to a report from LearnBonds, the Apple Watch 3 would probably be released in September 2017, which is noticeably the same month when Apple Watch 2 was announced. The new wearable device is also expected to arrive together with the iPhone 8.

Of course, the Apple Watch 3 would still be having the new features of its predecessor like the GPS (Global Positioning System), Water Resistance, Brighter Display and a Dual-Core Processor. But, there will be more additional features added to this list.

According to a report from MacWorld, Apple might be planning to make a Multi-function Apple Watch 3. Reports say that the new wearable device will be having a magnetic wristband that will have a set of magnets embedded into the device.

The Magnetic wristband of Apple Watch 3 will allow the users to join the two sides of the watch together. This means that the magnets would hold the device in place. The strap could also be wrapped around the Apple Watch 3 to protect the watch if it is being transported or not worn.

The Apple Watch 3 would also have an improve battery compared to the previous models. Apple is also planning to add a bunch of new health sensors for the Apple Watch 3. A lot of tech analysts also say that the next generation of wearable devices would be having its own cellular connectivity so it wouldn't rely so much on the smartphones. Stay tuned to GameNGuide to know more about Apple Watch 3.

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