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AMOLED LTPO display, eSIM, NFC, heart rate and SpO2 sensors, ECG. Oppo Watch 3 Pro is now available for pre-order

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Oppo is preparing to introduce several new devices at once this week, while the manufacturer has already announced the start of accepting pre-orders for the Oppo Watch 3 in its Chinese online store.

In addition, the specifications of the device were confirmed on the order page. The Oppo Watch 3 Pro will feature a 1.91-inch curved AMOLED LTPO display with Always-on Display (AoD). At the same time, the characteristics of the screen of the regular Oppo Watch 3 model have not yet been disclosed.

AMOLED LTPO display, eSIM, NFC, heart rate and SpO2 sensors, ECG.  Oppo Watch 3 Pro is now available for pre-order

Both models will be based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 single-chip system and will receive the Oppo Apollo 4 Plus coprocessor. They will support heart rate, SpO2, ECG, eSIM, NFC and offer water resistance (5ATM). The watch will run Oppo ColorOS Watch. The Oppo Watch 3 series will be available in black and silver.

The presentation will take place on August 10th.

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Apple acknowledges a serious problem with the Apple Watch Series 8 and Watch Ultra: they turn off the microphone

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Apple acknowledges a serious problem with the Apple Watch Series

Apple has acknowledged that some Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch Ultra users may experience microphone issues, including when trying to use Siri, making calls, and so on.

Users have reported issues with their Apple Watch microphone becoming unresponsive after a while, causing apps that use the microphone to throw errors and stop working entirely.

Apple acknowledges a serious problem with the Apple Watch Series 8 and Watch Ultra: they turn off the microphone

In a new memo obtained by MacRumors, Apple says it is aware of a bug affecting users, specifically that customers may experience issues where Siri is unable to hear them, record voice memos, and make phone calls. The message “Measurement Suspended” may also appear in the Noise app.

Apple says that restarting the Apple Watch may temporarily fix the issue and suggests that the issue is not hardware related. Apple also added that customers should stay tuned for watchOS updates, indicating that a fix may be released soon.

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Some Apple Watch Ultra owners complain about the “jelly screen” like the iPad mini

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Some Apple Watch Ultra owners complain about the jelly screen

Some Apple Watch Ultra owners have begun to complain about the “jelly screen” that other Apple watches don’t have.

Some Apple Watch Ultra owners complain about the

At least a few of these users have already been found on the Reddit forums, but it is not yet clear how massive the problem is and whether it exists at all, or whether it only seems to watch owners.

The latest iPad mini has this issue, and Apple acknowledges the fact but denies it’s a problem. The company explains that this is a feature of the LCD screen, which updates line by line. However, the Watch Ultra has an AMOLED screen, and it is still difficult to say what could be the reason for this behavior.

It remains to be seen that there are more watch owners who see the same effect. In this case, perhaps Apple itself will comment on the situation.

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No, the Apple Watch Ultra is not a copy of the iPhone 14. The repairability of the watch is not up to par

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No the Apple Watch Ultra is not a copy of

iFixit specialists dismantled the Apple Watch Ultra smart watch. They did not rate the maintainability, but the review makes it clear that after the iPhone 14, they expected more from the new product.

No, the Apple Watch Ultra is not a copy of the iPhone 14. The repairability of the watch is not up to par

Despite the presence of screws and the ease of removing the back cover, immediately after that there is the first problem. Apple uses a thin rubber pad to implement increased water resistance, and replacing it will be extremely difficult. But on the other hand, as we have already seen today, the watch is indeed able to withstand immersion to a depth of more than 40 meters.

In addition, it will be very difficult to dismantle the screen without damaging it. Here and persistent glue, and the wrong angle of prying.

And the bottom line is that it is the screen that needs to be dismantled in order to get to the battery. As a result, Watch Ultra disappointed iFixit specialists, but judging by the review, the watch is no worse than previous generations in terms of maintainability.

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