Apple introduced the Nike plus version of the #Apple Watch Series 3. It features the same specifications as the regular model, however, it offers eSIM technology with data-related service and apps such as FaceTime and Skype.

Apple’s official website revealed that the listing of pre-orders for both regular Watch Series 3 [VIDEO]and the Nike Plus models will only be available from September 15 until October 5. Only limited Nike Plus models will be released and users will have to wait for a couple of weeks before they can purchase one. The regular, Hermes, and Edition versions will start shipping on September 22. The Nike Plus models, on the other hand, will start shipping on October 5.

The Apple Watch will feature watchOS four, fitness apps, and the ability to pair with other devices through Bluetooth. The device will also feature a new dual-core processor that boosts the device performance by 70 percent. However, Apple did not mention the name of the latest chip that was enhanced together with the Apple AirPods W2 chip.

The Apple #Watch Series 3 GPS-only version starts at $329 and the model with LTE cellular connectivity starts at $399 which is $70 more expensive than the regular model. Moreover, it also requires Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint users to pay an additional of $10 to $15 monthly for the data plan. With these prices, the Watch Series 3 with LTE connectivity is now the most expensive of the Apple Watch series.

New security patch for Android 8.0 Oreo is out

#Google updated their devices with the new September security patch for Pixel and Nexus.

The company purposely delayed the rollout and did not even show any factory image for manual download.

Google fixed over 30 issues with the September 1 security patch and solved 51 problems with the September 5 security patch. The company claimed that the two security patches offer Android users the flexibility to fix similar vulnerabilities that happened across all Android devices. The new security patches also solved the Bluetooth susceptibility that allowed hackers using BlueBorne to gain access to the user’s device with an active Bluetooth connection. Additionally, the latest patches can fix the code issue when browsing websites and opening emails or MMS.

The company also revealed that every Google device will automatically get the September 5 security patch while other devices with different manufacturers will get OEM fixes.