Apple Watch Series 3
Built-In GPS And GLONASS/ Faster Dual-Core Processor/ W2 Wireless Chip/ 16GB Capacity/ Barometric Altimeter/ Heart Rate Sensor/ Swim Proof/ Water Resistant To 50M/ Sapphire Crystal/ Up To 18 Hours Of Battery Life/ watchOS 4/ Black Stainless Steel Case And Black Sport Finishsee more...
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The watch app on the iPhone offers nice detail, including steps, time that you stand, heart-rate, etc. The watch has a built-in workout, however you have to start and stop it. Starting is not a problem but I do forget to stop it. The other issue with the workout app is that it takes battery. Finally, apparently the watch has to be unlocked in-order to receive notifications. The battery lasts about 2 days depending on usage, surprisingly pretty good. Besides walking, I want to use the watch for cycling. The workaround for cycling is to use a bike computer that synchs with Strava. In turn Strava on the phone updates the watch app with distance and time of the bike ride.
Here’s some pros and here’s some cons on the Apple Watch.
The battery only last for a day, therefore you can not sleep with it, where as the Fitbit last for 5 days and it monitors your heart rate while you sleep, and is able to tell you when you were in a deep sleep, when you were awake and the rem.
Doesn’t count your calories like the Fitbit, the Fitbit counts your calories whenever your sitting though although the Apple Watch does not
When you working out it doesn’t tell you what zone you’re in like the Fitbit does (cardio, fatburn, peak)
Your able to make calls
Your able to text
I feel the Apple Watch looks better than the fit bit, it looks more expensive which indeed it is, the fitbit just looks cheaper.
If I could combine both watches that’d make the perfect watch
Overall, If you're even slightly considering buying an Apple watch, do it! You will not be disappointed.
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