The Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE connection is launched in Denmark, Sweden, India and Taiwan

Little by little, the list of countries in which the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE connection is available is expanding. The Cupertino company has launched this model of its watch in Denmark, Sweden, India, and Taiwan.

The announcement was made a few weeks ago for the first three countries, but the launch in Taiwan has come as a surprise.

The operators that have partnered with Apple to expand mobile data connections to Watch have been 3 in Denmark and Sweden (not that there are three operators, but the operator called “3”), Reliance Jio and Airtel in India and APT3, Chunghwa Telecom3, FarEasTone3 and Taiwan Mobile in Taiwan.

A business for all operators that sign up

Thanks to this model of Apple Watch, users can leave the iPhone at home on specific occasions and continue to receive notifications and calls on the watch itself.

Perfect when you go to sports or leave home for a few minutes. Yes, operators usually ask for a monthly surcharge in the United States is usually about $ 10 extra each month to extend their data connection.

After today’s releases, the Apple Watch Series 3 with the 4G connection is available in sixteen countries: the four mentioned above in addition to the United States, Australia, Canada, China, China, Japan, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Singapore, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.



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