Apple admits to Apple Watch LTE problems just before it ships
22 September, 2017, 15:37 | Author: Oscar Goodwin
The new Watch appeared to try to connect to unknown WiFi networks instead of connecting to cellulars. The markets do not appreciate the timing chosen for the release of the iPhone 8, and 8 more this Friday: the shareholders of Apple fear a false start, a lot of customers, Apple chose to wait (and save) for the release of the highly anticipated on the other hand, the iPhone X in November.
Apple's new Series 3 smartwatch was reported to have an issue with its LTE connectivity which the United States tech giant was now working on before it starts shipping on Friday, a media report said.
The fancy device boasts a range of sophisticated features including the ability to make calls and texts without your iPhone nearby. This is likely because I haven't connected the watch to an authenticated Wi-Fi network, however.
Apple was looking into fixing the problem in a software update, according to the cited statement.
The problem was noted in several reviews of the new smartwatch.
Besides connection problems, some reviewers were disappointed with the battery life of the watch.
This allows your Apple Watch to work with your existing phone number, so your e-SIM device (which at the moment is only an Apple Watch, but which Telstra says will be added to with other e-SIM devices over the next 12 months, with Telstra expecting to be the e-SIM category leader amongst its competitors), but also your messages, data and more. The latest monitoring features are limited to Apple Watch Series 1, Series 2 and Series 3 while the very first Apple Watch will not have the feature. Apple Watch Series 0, as it's now called, can track your heart rate, but the new monitoring options require an Apple Watch Series 1 or newer. "That review takeaway is a negative but is not a surprise". The new generation of Apple Watch will come with watchOS 4 announced at the WWDC earlier this year. If the watch, which goes on sale next week, gets bad reviews, it could theoretically effect iPhone sales.
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