Low and high heart rate notifications. Emergency SOS. New Breathe watch faces. Automatic workout detection. New yoga and hiking workouts. Advanced features for runners like cadence and pace alerts. New head-to-head competitions. Activity sharing with friends. Personalized coaching. Monthly challenges and achievement awards. You can use Walkie-Talkie, make phone calls, and send messages. Listen to Apple Music¹ and Apple Podcasts. And use Siri in all-new ways. Apple Watch Series 3 lets you do it all right from your wrist.
A:AnswerI bought this watch few days ago, had same question but now I do have an answer. The watch that is non cellular and only has GPS has 8 gig internal memory. I have 215 songs and now I only have 2.2 gig left. So It won't hold 40,000 songs; but I am loving it because I can leave my phone in the car locked and hit the gym. To me it has full function of ipod with some adds on feature. To play the music you must have Bluetooth headphone paired, it doesn't work on speaker.
A:AnswerI purchased the GPS watch and can still receive phone calls, texts and reply to them from my watch. As long as your phone is in the distance to be picked up you will get the notifications. I left my phone in my office at work and walked around the office- I received all my texts and phone calls. You don’t need the cell service to get these things. The cell service is only for the person that doesn’t always have there cell phone close. So in that case the watch acts like a full cell phone service and all without your phone any where near it. You could leave your cell at home and go to work with your watch. I find the GPS watch to work wonderfully!! I highly recommend it!
A:AnswerYOU choose whether to pay the extra $10/ month to your current iPhone carrier. For example, if you have ATT for your iphone carrier, then you call ATT and add the watch to your plan. They charge you $10 plus taxes and fees..
You do NOT GET A DIFFERENT number for the watch. You use the same number as your iPhone. Both will ring - and when you are out on a run or bike ride etc, you can leave your iPhone at home.
You can turn the $10 additional fee off any time. Watch works fine without it. But without the watch cell fee it requires the iPhone nearby to make and receive calls ( via Bluetooth)
A:AnswerI have the one with no cellular data and i like it. But if you aren’t gonna have your phone close by you might want to get the cellular. But if you always have your phone phone with you just get the one with no cellular.