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Revision to Apple Watch Series 3

Scott Havard

All Apple Watch Series 3 models can be readily identified by the distinctive red dot on the digital crown. As with previous models, the watch comes in both 38 mm and 42 mm configurations in a variety of colors and materials. Internally, the watch features a newly-touted barometric altimeter and a battery with slightly upgraded capacity. Tools and repair procedures remain very similar to Apple Watch Series 2.
== Specifications ==
'''Sizes''': 38 mm or 42 mm
* Apple Watch (aluminum case with Sport Band or Sport Loop, or stainless steel case with Sport Band or Milanese Loop)
* Apple Watch Nike+ (aluminum case with Nike Sport Band or Nike Sport Loop)
* Apple Watch Hermès (stainless steel case with Hermès leather band)
* Apple Watch Edition (ceramic case with Sport Band)
* Second Generation OLED Retina display with Force Touch
* 1000 nits of brightness
* Sapphire crystal (stainless steel and ceramic cases), Ion-X glass (aluminum cases)
* 272 by 340 pixels (38 mm), 312 by 390 pixels (42 mm)
'''Processor''': Custom S3 Sysem in Package with Dual-core processor
'''Operating System''': WatchOS 4
'''Sensors''': accelerometer, built-in heart rate sensor, gyroscope, barometric altimeter
'''Wireless Connectivity''':
* LTE in the cellular version
* 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz
* Bluetooth 4.2
'''Compatibility''': Requires iPhone 6 or later
'''Haptic Feedback''': Taptic Engine and built-in speaker combo for instant tactile feedback
'''Miscellaneous Features''':
* Water resistant 50 meters
* Apple Pay and Siri support
* Qi wireless charging
== Additional Information ==

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