Apple Watch Series 3 could be discontinued this year, says analyst Kuo

Apple Watch Series 3 was initially announced in 2017, and its been around for five years now, which is quite extraordinary for any wearable device. However, lately, after the WatchOS 7 update, the device has been running into issues such as randomly rebooting or freezing, running out of storage, and battery drainage. Users are also facing problems while updating their Watch Series 3 to the latest version of WatchOS due to low storage, and users are often asked to reset the Watch to initiate the update. It’s quite surprising how it still managed to survive despite the introduction of the Apple Watch SE. 

With the introduction of WatchOS 9, the Watch Series 3 is expected to get obsolete due to its frail hardware. Apple will be unveiling the WatchOS 9 at the WWDC 2022, which might drop the support for the Watch Series 3. If rumours are to be believed, Apple is expected to bring three new Apple Watch models this year – the Apple Watch SE, Apple Watch Series 8 and a rugged Apple Watch Explorer for sports enthusiasts. And, there might be no spot for the Watch Series 3 in the keynote.

Apple Watch Series 8 is tipped to get a new flat design in line with current iPhones and iPads. Further, it might come with a body temperature sensor. The Apple Watch Explorer could have impact shock resistance and a rugged protective exterior. 

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