Along with the times, smart watches have become a gadget product that is quite in demand by the public. Of the many smartwatch brands, Apple Watch is one that is quite popular and in demand by people.
Because of its popularity, Apple continues to update the Apple Watch generation from time to time. Every time a new Apple Watch is released, Apple always brings improvements.
Improvements in the new Apple Watch series itself can come from various aspects. Starting from the technology used, features, design, and so on.
Apart from being a marketing strategy, upgrading the capabilities of the new Apple Watch is also useful for ensuring the device is not outdated and keeps up with current trends.
Based on the latest rumors, Apple will again present improvements to the new generation of Apple Watch that will be released this year or 2023.
The rumor was spread by a well-known journalist and leaker, Mark Gurman. In a Power On article published in Bloomberg, Mark Gurman said that the new Apple Watch will support satellite connectivity.
With support for satellite connectivity, Mark Gurman wrote that the Apple Watch will function like Garmin’s inReach Explorer and SPOT devices.
Unfortunately, Mark Gurman did not provide more detailed information regarding the functions and how satellite connectivity works on the Apple Watch.
Still on the same page, Mark Gurman reported that Apple had formed a partnership with Globalstar Inc.
Through the partnership, Mark Gurman reported that Apple had agreed to buy 17 new satellites.
Meanwhile, Mark Gurman also wrote about the presence of satellite connectivity on iPhone smartphones.
According to rumors, the iPhone 14 will indeed have satellite connectivity which is useful for sending emergency messages. Especially when the user is in an area where there is no cellular signal.