In September of 2018, Apple pulled back the curtain on the new iteration of its popular smartwatch, the Apple Watch Series 4. The Series 3 was a superb device — it spent 2018 on top of our list of the best smartwatches — so what could Apple possibly do to best it? A few things, as it turns out. You can no longer buy the Series 4 directly from Apple, but it has a number of features (some subtle, some astounding) that make it worth tracking down on third-party sellers. But it’s still not a cheap gadget, so if you already own a Series 3, you may wonder whether the upgrade is worth it. Let’s break down the differences between the two models. Specs Apple Watch Series 4 Apple Watch Series 3 Display size 40mm (44mm w/ cellular) 38mm (42mm w/ cellular) Resolution 324 x 394 pixels (368 x 448 w/ cellular) 272 x 340 pixels (312 x 390 w/ cellular) Touchscreen LTPO OLED Retina display w/ Force Touch OLED Retina display w/ Force Touch Wireless interface Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, LTE and UMTS Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, LTE and UMTS Depth 10.7mm 11.4mm Accelerometer Yes Yes Gyroscope Yes Yes… Read full this story
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