But now with my LTE Apple Watch, I am free to roam freely anywhere in the building without having to bring my iPhone. My Apple Watch transitions seamlessly from being iPhone-tethered to grabbing notifications over cellular. I love it. Gone are the days when I was sitting in a conference room and I suddenly realized that I had left my phone on my desk. I knew I was either going to miss any important messages or excuse myself to go retrieve my phone.
The other situation I knew right from the start this watch would revolutionize was exercise. I’ve always hated running with my iPhone. There is no good way to carry a Plus-sized iPhone other than an elastic waist belt over my shorts. But that is bulky and can be awkward at times. Many people simply run without their phone, but I’m not comfortable with that. Besides, I constantly use my watch when I run. I’m always adjusting my music volume, setting up reminders, or replying to text messages. I can now do all of that without a bulky waist pouch.
There is another time I love my LTE Apple Watch even though it isn't very frequent. It's on those rare occasions that I leave my house and go somewhere, not realizing that I’ve left my iPhone behind in the house. I inevitably realize I’ve forgotten my iPhone when I reach into my pocket to grab it in order to text someone. Now, I simply shrug my shoulders and dictate a text message to Siri on my watch. Depending on the situation, this can be priceless.
So, there you have it. Three reasons that I would recommend people get a cellular Apple Watch and not buy the non-cellular Series 3 or 2. My experience has reinforced my belief that the Apple Watch is the most important single device that Apple sells. It will gradually take on more and more functionality from the iPhone and will be the premier showcase for an enhanced Siri in the future.
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