Last year on September 7th, Apple revealed the highly anticipated Apple Watch 2. It was an immediate hit among consumers and Apple Watch Series 3 is expected to be an even greater success.
The next generation of wearable operating system, WatchOS4, has already been revealed by Apple at it Worldwide Developers Conference in June. So we know for sure that the Apple Watch Series 3 will have WatchOS4.
There is speculation that Apple Watch S3 will be produced by two companies instead of having a single manufacturer as was the case in the past. Now, Quanta Computer will share it prize role with Compal.
Among other Apple Watch S3 news, there is an Apple patent specifying a smart fabric wristband that has the potential to provide an extra display for presenting the time or alert and notifications.
Another Apple patent that was granted lays out details about modular functions on the strap of the watch which could possibly house biometric sensors such as a blood pressure or glucose monitor. Other modular add-ons could include cameras, speakers, and extra batteries.
And yet another patent, as seen at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, labels a method by which a wearable such as the Apple Watch S3 might be charged by being placed on charging stand.
In some elements of the patent, it’s as simple as putting the core charging plate of the power supply on a hinge, letting an Apple Watch sit on its side as well as flat when charging.
Here are the speculated SPECS:
Apple Watch Series 3 Platinum or Liquidmetal casing Smart Wristband 1.65-inch Micro-OLED
Resolution – 390 x 312 Modular Design FaceTime camera Enhanced wireless charging Water Resistance – 5ATM Sensors – Ambient light, heart rate sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, GPS
Improving dual-core compatibility for gaming
The piracy police made one 9-year-old a very unhappy camper
ZMAX will come with a Snapdragon 400 processor and 720p display
UC Davis dares to go where Toyota won't with the Prius
An Apple spokesperson fires back over Microsoft's latest commercials
Engadget gets the scoop on Dell's latest "ultra-portable" notebook