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Apple Watch is another amazing device produced by Apple. The watch comes in different colors, style, and outstanding features. You can reply to your text messages, maintain your medical history and do a lot more with this watch.

According to the tech rumors, we have come to know that Apple has finally managed to get their third generation Apple Watch with LTE to enter the final testing phone. The test phone is said to be the last of the manufacturing process. The good news is that the Apple has managed to do this way ahead of their September reveal alongside their iPhone 8.

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According to an authentic Chinese Economic Daily News report, the DigiTimes both the Wi-Fi as well as the LTE models have finally entered the testing phone. Everyone is pretty excited about the progress. We don’t know about the Apple Employees, but we sure users are looking for to the time when we can wear this amazing piece of technology around our arms.

Design

There is nothing going to be much difference in terms of style and out the exterior of the watch. The devices will come in 42mm and 38mm sizes. Also, like the current model, Apple Watch Series 3 is also going to retain the full compatibility that tends to exist with every existing band.

Calling Facility Feature

Another report added that this Apple watch is going to come with better battery life also, the much-expected phone calling function is going to be incorporated as well. This is pretty exciting news!

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However, the calling facility is not going to be added directly when the product is going to be launched. It will come with the software update next year somewhere. Nonetheless, the hardware has been incorporated and it is just matter of time. The devices will be introduced with iPhone 7s/Plus and iPhone 8 but it is going to be shipped at the end of the fourth quarter.

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