So far, only a handful of WatchOS apps - including Workouts, Nike+ Run Club and Runkeeper - are able to use the Series 2's built-in Global Positioning System, but Strava is rightly KOM when it comes to cycling and running tracking.
The use of this new display is expected to improve the manufacturing aspect of the Apple Watch Series 3, compared to its predecessor. It has been added that TPK Holdings will focus on 3D sensor-based touch panels for smartphones and will cease the production of touch panels for Apple Watch in order to return to profitability.
In its place, Apple will reportedly rely on a glass-film solution from either General Interface Solution or Biel Crystal Manufactory.
TPK Holding, the manufacturer of the Apple Watch display panels, has struggled to meet Apple's demand for display panels and now looking for other ways. For the next version of the Apple Watch, the gang in Cupertino is said to be turning to G/F (glass-film).
If the latter is the case then this is one of the first rumours we've seen about the existence of an Apple Watch 3. Although the patent was filed by Apple in 2015, it has just received an approval on February 2 this year directly from the U.S. Patent and Trademark office (USPTO).
Starting today, very little is known with respect to the up and coming Apple Watch, however, an online leak is putting forth a little information about the supposed Apple smartwatch.
As reported by a reliable source, a patent was filed by Apple to get the approval for the production of an inductive charger. Meanwhile, Apple has reportedly made a decision to move to a different form of panel for the Apple Watch Series 3.
According to Gadgets360, the most awaited Apple Watch Series 3 is expected to come with cellular or mobile connectivity, a better battery life, sleep tracking feature and an always-on display. The Series 3 Watch would be manufactured by Quanta, the same company responsible for the original and current Watch models.
Norwegian Air Announce Low Cost Flights To US From Shannon
Green Airport will depart to Edinburgh (starting June 16), Belfast (July 1), Cork (July 1), Dublin (July 2), and Shannon (July 3). Year-round flights from those airports to Edinburgh, Scotland, begin in June, and to Ireland and Northern Ireland in July.