Welcome to our Apple Watch Series 3 review, in which we check out the watch’s design and new features, put it through rigorous performance and battery tests, and rate it for value for money. If you reach a decision after reading this, you can buy from Apple or (on contract) from EE. (And if you’d like to read about the next edition of the product, read our Apple Watch Series 4 rumour roundup.) It still feels like we’re quite early in the Apple Watch’s evolution as a product – we’re still at the iPhone 3GS stage, so to speak – but there is a danger that the company has already run out of things to fix. The Apple Watch Series 2 was in our view pretty close to perfect, solving all the issues we had with the original model, so for the Series 3 a new approach has been taken: rethinking what a smartwatch can do, and creating a new life for it as an independent device. Unlike the simple ‘find a problem and fix it’ strategy of the Series 2, this has down- as well as upsides, and as we will discover in our Apple Watch Series 3 review… Read full this story
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