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Poll: Could an Apple Watch ever replace an iPhone for you?

[2019-06-07 12:44:38]

Do you think an Apple Watch could ever replace an iPhone for you? Apple made its first move toward making the Apple Watch more independent of an iPhone when it launched LTE models in the Series 3 lineup. At that point, it became possible for the first time to leave your iPhone at home and retain full connectivity on your Watch, including phone calls. The company took another step in the direction of a standalone Watch at WWDC, with watchOS 6. This, for the first time, includes a dedicated Apple Watch App Store, allowing apps to be downloaded directly to the Watch … The post Poll: Could an Apple Watch ever replace an iPhone for you? appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Poll: Could an Apple Watch ever replace an iPhone for you?


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