The Apple Watch Activity program has been upgraded to add tracking for skiing and snowboarding. Starting today, skiers and snowboarders can use the Apple Watch Series 3 to track their tasks via new updates to applications available from the App Store. Watch users can now record runs, see Vertical Descent along with Other stats and contribute active calories dimensions directly on the Apple Watch Activity program, the business Wrote in a blog post on Wednesday. Users could Now collect more information from the Apple Watch Series 3, for example, number of runs, average and maximum speed, total time, calories expended along with the perpendicular descent and horizontal space.
Additionally to updates in Apple’s Activity program, users will find comparable changes to related applications like Slopes, Squaw Alpine, Snocru, ski slopes and snoww. Applications like Slopes and snoww also offer Siri integration, so, enabling users to start tracking with voice control. The most recent report by Canalys asserts Apple Watch shipments in Q4 2017 grew over 32 percent from the identical quarter the last year, up to 8 million units. Canalys said this is the highest number of shipments in one quarter for Apple, but for almost any wearable vendor. Annual shipments reached the 18 million mark at 2017, an increase of 54 percent when compared to the previous year. Watch Series 3 is the fastest selling LTE wearable available on the market, with shipments doubling quarter on quarter to reach 1.6 million, said Vincent Thielke, research analyst at Canalys, in a statement.
As for the promise Of Apple Watch imports exceeding complete Swiss watch industry earnings in Q4 2017, IDC research director and industry analyst and Speaker Francisco Jeronimo at a latest tweet said, For the very first time, Apple sent more Apple Watches at 4Q2017, compared to whole Swiss Watch Industry shipped watches. Apple is the largest watch manufacturer in the world.