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Apple Watch Series 3

Apple Watch Series 7 on a table next to AirPods Pro and an iPhone 13 Pro

Apple’s affordable Apple Watch Series 3 might be discontinued soon

March 22nd, 2022

The Apple Watch Series 3 is the cheapest smartwatch in Apple’s lineup right now, starting at $199 (38mm) or $229 (42mm). They’re even less if you take advantage of these great Apple Watch deals. But Apple might cancel the device soon, after five years of service. That’s according to an insider who is usually aware …

Best Buy sale

Best Buy 2-day sale: Apple Watches, iPad Pros, smart TVs and more

October 25th, 2018

We’ve yet to even reached Halloween yet, but it’s never too early to start thinking about holiday shopping. There are sure to be countless sales worth checking out next month, but in the meantime, Best Buy has kicked off yet another 2-day sale featuring laptops, smart TVs, and a few Apple products that rarely go …

Apple Watch Series 3 Review

Apple Watch Series 3 finally delivers on Apple’s vision

September 25th, 2017

It might come as no surprise to those of you who follow me and also BGR, but I’m a big believer in Apple’s vision for the company’s wearable. While the approach has been ever-so-Appley refined over three generations of devices, the product hasn’t changed much. Until now. You see, the latest update to the Apple …

Apple Watch LTE problems

Why the Apple Watch’s LTE problems aren’t really problems

September 20th, 2017

The early reviews of the new, LTE-flavored Apple Watch are in, and they’ve found a problem. The LTE connection experiences a particular problem when out and about: if the Watch joins open Wi-Fi networks without internet, it won’t automatically failover to the data connection. Instead, it’ll try and use the Wi-Fi connection, even if it …

Apple Watch 3 LTE plans

T-Mobile fixed its bad Apple Watch data plan

September 18th, 2017

Welp, that didn’t take long. T-Mobile has fixed the data plan it’s offering for the Apple Watch Series 3 to include LTE data, rather than the throttled 3G-speed plan it was initially hawking. In a series of tweets on Friday evening, CEO John Legere did the closest thing to a mea culpa that we’ve seen …