Along with the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, Apple also unveiled the third version of the Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is available in two versions, including one that supports 4G which means you can use it to stream music and make calls without needing to connect it to an iPhone.
While customers in Thailand are likely to have to wait some time yet to get their hands one of the new iPhones, Apple has confirmed that the GPS version of the Apple Watch 3 will be available in Thailand to pre-order from 22nd September before it goes on general sale on 29th September.
Meanwhile the Apple Watch Series 3 Nike + version will be available from 5th October.
Both versions, the GPS model and the Nike + start at Bt11,900.
As for the Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular), that version isn’t expected to be available in Thailand until next year.
The design of the Apple Watch Series 3 remains the same as the previous versions, with Apple keeping the square shaped face and 38mm and 42mm watch face sizes. The only real change is that the 4G version has a new red digital crown.
Apple says the Series 3 includes better fitness tracking capabilities and a new dual core processor which is 70 percent faster than its predecessor.
Meanwhile, the launch of the Series 3 has meant that Apple has somewhat quietly discontinued the Apple Watch Series 2, which has now been removed from the Apple website, although you can still buy the Apple Watch Series 1.
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