Apple confirmed that its new Series 3 Apple Watch can encounter problems connecting to a cellular network.
Apple says it's "investigating a fix for a future software release". Soon, users will be able to stream Apple Music from the device. Additionally, the spokesperson stated that Apple is working on a fix. I don't get it. This generally costs $5 to $10 a month.
The Apple Watch Series 3 has been available for pre-orders since September 15 and will go on sale starting September 22 in various countries including the U.S., the UK, Australia, Germany.
Why is Apple Watch Series 3 connecting to unknown WiFi networks? Also, red doesn't go with everything, and a huge part of the fun of Apple Watch is swapping bands. I would much prefer this watch if it were black.
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Gruber ultimately found the device useful and did not experience connectivity problems.
With no hint of when the fix will be issued, this is something that's surely going to be a concern for anyone who has placed an order and is now waiting for their new Apple Watch to arrive. "People I called via the watch said I sounded great, and I could hear them loud and clear". My review Watch was paired with an iPhone 8 and was on an AT&T wireless plan.
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"The Apple Watch Series 3 is a decent smartwatch, especially for athletes, as long as you're willing to accept some of the tradeoffs (battery life for compact form factor, Apple's own apps vs. third-party offerings)", Nguyen wrote.