Apple Watch Series 3

About Apple Watch Series 3

The Apple Watch 3 (or Apple Watch Series 3 if you’re being particular) has been superseded several times over, most recently by the Apple Watch 6, and Apple Watch SE – the latter of which could be a real rival for it, since they’re both budget models.


But the Watch 3 remains on sale – which is more than we can say for the Apple Watch 4 or even the Apple Watch 5 – and it has been discounted heavily now too.

The Watch 3 is available in two forms – one with cellular connectivity, and one with just GPS. As the replacement for the Apple Watch 2, this device was the flag-bearer for fitness and longevity, with run and cycle tracking on board and a water-resistant casing for swimming, plus the same heart rate monitor on the underside.

And while newer models pack in extra features and faster chipsets, Apple has kept supporting the Apple Watch 3 with software updates, most recently watchOS 7, which adds sleep tracking, new workouts, and a whole lot more.

Apple has managed to cram LTE capability and a faster dual-core processor into the Series 3 without adding much bulk. The watch’s case is the same size as the Series 2, while the back has been extended by a negligible 0.25mm—the thickness of two sheets of paper. The display itself is a multi-frequency antenna, and Apple has opted for an integrated eSIM card instead of a slot for a removable card to keep things slim. It also adds a new W2 wireless chip, which it says makes for faster Wi-Fi and Bluetooth speeds and better power efficiency.

When you compare the Series 3 with the LG Watch Sport, the difference is astounding. The Watch Sport is far too bulky for everyday wear or exercise. The Apple Watch doesn’t particularly disappear on your wrist like a Timex, but next to LG’s model, it looks positively petite.

The only noticeable design change from previous models is a red dot on the digital crown. There’s no real reason for it—it just indicates that you have the LTE version (the GPS-only model has the same plain crown as the Series 1 and Series 2). As in previous models, there’s a separate button below the crown. And like the Series 2, the Series 3 is water resistant, so you can use it in the pool (though Apple doesn’t recommend submersion below shallow depths).

Features

GPS
Retina display
Swimproof
Optical heart sensor
Stores music, podcasts, and audiobooks
Elevation
Emergency SOS
S3 chip with dual-core processor
watchOS with Activity trends, cycle tracking, hearing health innovations, and the App Store on your wrist
Aluminum case

But the Watch 3 remains on sale – which is more than we can say for the Apple Watch 4 or even the Apple Watch 5 – and it has been discounted heavily now too.

The Watch 3 is available in two forms – one with cellular connectivity, and one with just GPS. As the replacement for the Apple Watch 2, this device was the flag-bearer for fitness and longevity, with run and cycle tracking on board and a water-resistant casing for swimming, plus the same heart rate monitor on the underside.

And while newer models pack in extra features and faster chipsets, Apple has kept supporting the Apple Watch 3 with software updates, most recently watchOS 7, which adds sleep tracking, new workouts, and a whole lot more.

Features

GPS
Retina display
Swimproof
Optical heart sensor
Stores music, podcasts, and audiobooks
Elevation
Emergency SOS
S3 chip with dual-core processor
watchOS with Activity trends, cycle tracking, hearing health innovations, and the App Store on your wrist
Aluminum case

apple watch series 3 specifications

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