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Report: Next Apple Watch to pick up LTE availability, all new shape factor 


The Apple Watch is going to experience a radical change as indicated by two separate reports distributed late Friday. 

Bloomberg first broke the news that Apple anticipates breaking the Apple Watch free from the iPhone by including an Intel based LTE modem to the watch. At present, when an Apple Watch client is outside of Wi-Fi scope and without an iPhone, the Apple Watch can't interface with the Internet. 

As per the report, Apple means on presenting the cell proficient watch close by the three new iPhones this fall. It's hazy if an extra month to month charge will be required via transporters as is at present the prerequisite for LTE keen watches. 

Not long after Bloomberg's story was distributed, well known Apple blogger  John Gruber shared the story, including "No say in Businessweek's report, however, of the all-new shape factor that I've heard is seeking the current year's new watches." 


This is the first occasion when we've heard reports that Apple would change the general look of its smartwatch. In any case, we've beforehand heard that Apple was chipping away at a cell rendition of the watch, yet has needed to postpone the new model because of battery life concerns. 

Battery life is as yet an issue with a gadget of this size that is continually associated with a system, yet maybe the new frame factor will include some space for a greater battery without fundamentally expanding the watch estimate. 

Bloomberg's report shows the new model will be called Apple Watch Series 3. 

ZDNet has reached Apple for input and will refresh this post should we hear back.

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