Yes, it wasn't just smartphones or 4K Apple TVs, as Apple's only smartwatch grew in technology, bringing the Watch Series 3 to life with the addition of cellular technology built in. Series 3 of the Apple Watch was discussed at the presentation, showcasing its new features, one of which fans have been clamoring for. The new iPhones can be pre-booked through the Apple's online store and mobile store app, in addition to various USA carriers such as Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint. Likely in France, phablet version is selling out quicker than the 4.7-inch model, while the 64GB iPhone 8 is also the more popular choice for consumers. In the meantime, Telus customers can pre-register for updates on when pre-orders become available.
The first wave of preorders is set to arrive on September 22, the same day Apple is expected to have stock on hand at its retail outlets in the above launch countries.
With improvised exterior and interior, iPhone 8 is ready for pre-booking from September 15 in the countries including the USA, the UK, China, Australia, India and other 24 countries around the world. If you are an early adopter looking to upgrade, you'll want to skip the Series 2 and jump to the Series 3 - the speed improvement is noticeable. It can independently make and take phone calls and also it will support 4G networks.
Many times at least one carrier website will go live before the others, so pay attention to that if you are trying to decide where to buy from.
One interesting new player in the MVNO space is Comcast with its affordable and unlimited "Xfinity Mobile" offering. Aside from preventing unsatisfactory reviews, the carrier also levels itself with other USA carriers carrying the new iPhone and/or wrist-worn accessory.
The highest number that Apple could achieve with the Watch Series 3's stamina was 18 hours, with no connection to LTE or even an iPhone.