Apple Watch Series 4

Jirachi

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I think very little value to trade in.

My S3 got $220 trade-in value with BrightStar

Are the watches currently on display at the Apple store.

From 21st September onwards.

It’s not about riches. It’s about how one is more willing to spend on more premium product that they really love.

Yeah, exactly.

i love the premium products but pocket no $$$$ so no love................

Well, this one you have to calculate and get a balance between premium and $$$. Take it slow or buy a premium that last long. Apple products are generally long lasting.
 

woodlander

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Haiz.... been waiting for Starhub to support AW...... when when when...haizzzz
 

ngsoonle

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Sorry, anyone missed their time slot before? Will they let you in?
 

Xanthyon

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My S3 got $220 trade-in value with BrightStar

Anyone has experience trading in with BrightStar before? I read about horror stories with BrightStar in other countries (damaged during shipping etc.) so i'm not too sure about this one. Also, if want to trade in we only need to return the watch without the default band/charger/packaging? :o
 

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I absolutely love the cellular version. So convenient and I don’t have to carry my iPhone around.

Agree! But Series 3 on LTE takes a hit on the battery life, hope Series 4 will last longer.
 

Snoweagle

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How does this work? :)

First you need to have Apple Music subscription, then open up the music or radio app on the Apple Watch, turn on LTE on your Apple Watch (make sure not connected to iPhone) and from the apps, can directly stream music to your AirPods. On other BT earphones, need to select and connect then can play.

Do note that extensive music playing via this method will quickly drain battery off the Apple Watch.
 

elimmel

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First you need to have Apple Music subscription, then open up the music or radio app on the Apple Watch, turn on LTE on your Apple Watch (make sure not connected to iPhone) and from the apps, can directly stream music to your AirPods. On other BT earphones, need to select and connect then can play.

Do note that extensive music playing via this method will quickly drain battery off the Apple Watch.

Just sync downloaded songs from phone to watch. No need LTE watch.
Play direct using BT to AirPod or other BT earphones
 

Snoweagle

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Just sync downloaded songs from phone to watch. No need LTE watch.
Play direct using BT to AirPod or other BT earphones

That one limited songs, if stream via LTE to Apple Music can choose any song you wish.
 

elimmel

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That one limited songs, if stream via LTE to Apple Music can choose any song you wish.

Enough la. I create playlist just for the watch. A couple hundreds of fav songs enough for my runs.
Imagine I run 1-2 hrs and stream with LTE, data and battery confirm die fast 😆
 
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