Apple Watch 3 Release Date, News and Updates: Phone Set to Launch in 2017, Alongside iPhone 8

Apple Watch 3: As we all know, the Apple Watch 2 was launched in September 2016 alongside the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Now since the year is coming to an end, fans are eager to know when is the Apple Watch 3 coming out. As per recent reports, the next installment of Apple Watch is getting a 2017 release date alongside iPhone 8, following the same pattern they followed this year.

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Apple COO Jeff Williams introduces the new Apple Watch Series 2 smartwatch at a launch event on September 7, 2016.

Apple Watch 3 Release Date

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Like we stated above Watch 3 is likely to launch in 2017, there are other speculations suggesting a 2018 release. “Apple doesn’t seem to see the Apple Watch as a device which needs refreshing every year, so don’t count on seeing the Apple Watch 3 before 2018,” as reported by TechRadar. They believe that although the launch pattern will be same, the wearable isn’t coming in out in next year but 2018.

Apple Watch 3 Price?

Techvicity reports, since the Apple Watch 2 comes at $369, the Apple Watch 3 is going to cost something around $429.

Apple Watch 3: Circular Dial?

If you look at the wearable devices in the market right now, there are only two kinds of smartphones available: one circular and another with a square dial. Although Apple has always shown an inclination towards square dials but honestly speaking circular shape is currently in vogue. There has a rumour doing the rounds that Apple may be looking towards a circular Apple Watch, since it does have a traditional appeal.

Apple Watch With Micro-LED Panels & 3D Touch?

The latest news surrounding the wearable is that it’ll feature micro-LED panels as a 1.65-inch display instead of the usual OLED screens. As you all know, Watch 2  features a second-generation OLED Retina Display with Force Touch, and not to mention the Ambient light sensor that was present in its predecessor.

So is the Apple Watch 3 release date really set to 2017 or 2018? We’ll have to wait and see. For more news and updates on Apple products, stay tuned.