Reading Time: 5 minutesTest Route I’ve done my GPS ‘test’ on the Apple Watch 4 (44mm Nike Edition). The Apple Watch 4 (AW4) uses GLONASS as well as GPS but let’s call it GPS as no-one knows what GNSS means, except you clever lot reading this 😉 . The even cleverer ones amongst you will point out that the GNSS chip is GALILEO compatible, so the Apple Watch 4 is probably using that as well. The results OF THIS ONE TEST are very interesting and unusual, if I may say so. I’ll hold fire until a later review/post with my…
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