Apple Watch is one of the best smartwatches you can buy right now. Apple has been working on improving its watch lineup since the day one. Last year, Apple announced the third generation Apple Watch, with a lot of new changes and features. One such change lies in LTE connectivity. Apple Watch with cellular data was the best-selling smartwatch in the first three months of the year.
In Q1/2018, Apple shipped millions of Apple Watch 3 with LTE connectivity units, beating out other rivals on the market. Apple Watch with LTE connectivity has been available for more than 6 months and receives a wide support from major carriers in the US. Apple has been slowly expanding its Apple Watch’s presence in more countries since the launch day.
Apple recently confirmed that the company’s Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE connectivity will be supported by C-Spire, one of the biggest network providers in the US. Besides, carriers in the country are also offering a special deal that allows users to grab a new Apple Watch 3 with cellular functionality for 50% off on every purchase of iPhone on the device payment plan.
According to C-Spire, customers can order the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE connectivity at its website and the watch is on sale for 50% off for limited time only. The Cupertino company has just updated the list of carriers that support Apple Watch 3 with LTE connectivity.
At this year’s WWDC event, Apple officially unveiled watchOS 5, the next version of watchOS. watchOS 5 is not a huge upgrade over its previous versions, but there are a lot of exciting things that are worth your time, ranging from fitness features to Walkie-Talkie. watchOS 5 is now available in beta stages for testing purposes ahead of the final build release this fall.
Apple is expected to launch the fourth generation Apple Watch in September. Rumors regarding the next generation Apple Watch have been out there for months. Most rumors say that all Apple Watch devices will feature LTE connectivity this year. Apple’s move aims to bring its smartwatches to more markets.
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