I don't think T-Mobile understands how the new Apple Watch works

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Cellular connectivity, of course.

Worse, none of the other big four carriers have suggested that they'll slow speeds on the LTE Apple Watch.

Introducing the Series 3 Watch, Jeff Williams, Apple's chief operating officer, said, "We believe the addition of cellular will transform the way people use Apple Watch, providing a new sense of freedom since they can stay connected with or without their iPhone".

It's hard to say right now how well the cellular connection will work, and how useful it'll be.

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"In the UAE there has been a lot of excitement around Apple's most recent launch of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and our customers are always eager to get their hands on the latest new products!"

Apple has also already made it clear in the fine print that Series 3 users won't be able to use the Apple Watch cellular services when roaming in a foreign country, although this limitation is related to incompatibility of eSIM and "NumberShare" technology with roaming services. He also noted the addition of a number pad to dial phone numbers. With the unique iPhone 8 price in India, the mobile phone handset is powered by A11 Bionic SoC six-core processors and better GPU. This is a positive, as the new Apple Watches are still compact and comfortable to wear. Sure, it has that barometric altimeter to work out when you're climbing stairs or mountains, but is that the only thing it offers over the Series 2? The Series 3 is swim proof, meaning it's water resistant up to 50 meters. And yes, Apple is going insane with the bands again.

With improvised exterior and interior, iPhone 8 is ready for pre-booking from September 15 in the countries including the United States, the UK, China, Australia, India and other 24 countries around the world.

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