Apple investigator from KGI securities Ming Chi Kuo has stated that Apple has planning to launch the Apple Watch series 3 watches with LTE support. In a report sent to clients on Monday. For the fans of Apple Smartwatch, an Apple Watch is capable of LTE connectivity that will have a dream come true.
Apple Watch Series 3 coming soon in 2017:
The cellular modem to enable communication with LTE networks, Intel has slated to supply. Ming Chi Kuo has confirmed the change which adds that there will have both LTE and no LTE variants available.
The other reports state that the Apple Watch models could have come. With a new form factor though the information might be inaccurate. And Ming Chi Kuo now says Apple Watch design won’t suffer any significant changes.
The LTE cellular connectivity would be the main selling point of Apple Watch series 3 that will have powered by the Apple upcoming watches four operating system. Which currently in Beta stages of development along with iOS 11, macOS High Sierra 10.13 and tvOS 11.
Apple Watch Series has rumored to launch in 38mm and 42mm sizes. To retain compatibility with the existing bands like previous models. Now somewhat confirmed by DigiTimes and first reported by Bloomberg today. That Apple Watch Series 3 will ship in the fourth quarter of 2017. And it could have nine million shipments according to Kuo.
For 50,000 employees, Apple Watch has offered:
Apple Watch offered to 50,000 employees as part of its corporate wellness program. Now, with Apple on a plan to provide a free or discounted Apple Watch, Apple wearable device as a perk to its members. In the Southern California, the invitation meetings took place on Thursday and Friday according to the people.
From Aetna and Apple, those in attendance included executives as well as hospital chief medical information officers across the country. New health sensors have developed by the Apple that would make its devices a “must have” for millions of people with chronic disease.
For early next year, one of the people said that Aetna proposed timeline has stated. To the companies, Apple rival Fitbit has sold its fitness trackers. Sold for years in a bid to improve health outcomes and lower costs.
President of creative strategies, Tim Bajarin, an advisory firm that specializes in technology, says that “This is a logical step for Apple broader distribution of their watch and this type of partnership has on their radar from the beginning.”