10 things you need to know about the Apple Watch Series 3

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Apple stuck to same design for the Series 2 model as the Series 1 model, though it added Global Positioning System and waterproofing to the mix with the newer model and introduced a ceramic model.

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Apple's mega iPhone 8 event is scheduled to commence at 10:30PM IST tonight. And something about Paris, because everyone loves Paris. Stick your iPhone 8, Apple Watch and AirPods on the mat and they'll all charge at the same time.

We have been bestowed with not two but three new iPhones this year that mark the tenth anniversary of the most popular smartphone in the world.

The Apple Watch Series 3 will be available for pre-order on September 15 and will release on September 22.

Apple announced today the arrival of the Apple Watch Series 3 and yes, it's coming to the UK. Next month, Apple will also launch the capability to stream Apple Music on your watch-perfect for those of us who love to listen to tunes during workouts but would rather leave the phone at home. The Apple Watch Series 3 has a tiny electronic SIM which will enable the watch to be used even more independently from the iPhone.

The cellular version of the Watch will cost $399 and will be initially available in nine countries from 14 carriers.

Sporting a new dual-core processor which is 70 percent faster, the Series 3 allows for quicker responses from Siri, which is now able to speak through the watch.

The watch starts at US$329 but, as ever, there's a full range of options with prices rising into the thousands.

The Apple TV 4K starts at $179 for 32GB or $199 for 64GB, while ordering will begin this Friday (15 September) with availability beginning 22 September.

Next up was the Apple TV.

While most of the hype for Apple Inc.

Today, at Apple's annual keynote presentation, the company announced its upcoming fall launches. Live sport is making its way to Apple TV too, with a couple of nifty features for the sports fan in the house. Next up? The iWheel. Apple showed its employees pedaling on the lake, which is one of the unlikely situations where you would want to take the call.

All in all, a very worthy update, if an overly gushy one. Apple says it will also soon offer HDR content from services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

And of course, there's a new chip - the expected A11 processor, or A11 Bionic, as it's now going to be called.

The third Apple Watch is here.

The world's most popular camera gets even better, featuring an improved 12-megapixel camera with a larger and faster sensor, a new color filter and deeper pixels. The iPhone 8 Plus will be available with the same storage capacities from $799.

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