The best product Apple announced at its iPhone event isn't the iPhone 8. It isn't even the iPhone X. It's the Apple Watch.

The iPhone X's OLED screen and facial recognition might be getting all the attention, but it's $999 to start. And many of its best features--the A11 Bionic chip, wireless charging, and Portrait Lighting--can be found for a whole lot less on the iPhone 8. And the jury's still out on Face ID.

But the Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular is worth every penny of its $399 price tag. In just three years, Apple has transformed Apple Watch from an underpowered, subordinate device into a fully independent one with industry-leading health sensors and an iconic design.

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