Why Apple Watch 2 Is The Best Smartwatch In The Market
The Apple Watch Series 2 has been announced, and it's bringing some pretty great new features that are set to turn it into a genuine sports watch contender. The Apple Watch Series 2 arrives a year and a half after the original Apple Watch first went on sale in the market. Some few things have changed: If you liked the idea of an Apple Watch before, this new version is arguably faster, a brighter display and it's a lot better for outdoor sports.
The Apple Watch Series 2 Delivering On Its Promises
The Apple Watch Series 2 is a pretty good choice for those looking to get fit. It features built-in GPS, so it provides accurate pace and distance for your runs, as well as a water-resistant design (up to 50 meters) that you can take swimming. Even when you're not breaking a sweat, you'll appreciate the Series 2's brighter display, longer battery life, and faster processor, whether you're checking alerts and notifications, using apps or replying to messages. Add in a more spontaneous watchOS 3 operating system, including useful dock, and you surely you have a winner.
Here Are The Quick Specs Just In Case You Forgot
Apple S2 processor, OLED Retina display. Comes with 312 x 390 pixels (42mm) or 272 x 340 pixels (38mm) watchOS 3 OS. Has features like GPS, heart-rate sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, ambient light sensor. Has 8GB of storage. ISO standard 22810:2010 (50 meters) water resistant. Connectivity of 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4GHz Wi‑Fi, Bluetooth 4.0.New software, WatchOS 3, is a great upgrade to the earlier Apple Watch experience. Like iOS 10, that's a free upgrade to existing Watch owners, too -- you don't need to buy anything new.
Also, comes with a special partnership watches with Hermes and Nike, both of which come with packed-in straps and pre-installed custom watch faces. Well, My advice is Stick with the basic aluminum, most especially you're looking for a lightweight fitness watch. It's just the best smartwatch and one of the best gifts for this holiday season.
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