When Apple announced Apple music two years earlier, it received a lot of hype which understandably went away as the events since then are more focused towards polishing different features in addition to bringing improved features related to hardware. However, Apple during the iPhone event announced that Apple Watch Series 3 will now support Apple Music.
With the latest support, you can now stream more than 40 million songs on Apple Watch straight from the device. The Apple Watch Series 3 will be available from September 22 and will cost $399+ (including cellular) and $329+ (without cellular).
Talking about the latest support, Apple’s CEO Jeff Williams said, “Now the best device for staying active has all the music you need to stay motivated.”
The announcement was followed by the biggest announcement of highly anticipated iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in addition to the 10th anniversary phone. The smartphone will be pronounced as iPhone 10 and according to the company, it will set the path of future smartphone business. While both iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will be available shortly, you will need to wait several weeks to get your hands on iPhone 10 as it will be available starting from November 3 later this year.
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