Your call, and there's no easy answer. Personally, I'm waiting. I have a Series 
2, which is the same as yours but with GPS and better waterproofing. I'm 
sitting out the Series 3 and hoping that a new one comes along this fall. If it 
does and it's worth it, I'll upgrade then, because my 2 works well enough for 
me. If the 4 comes along and isn't worth it, I'll get a 3 for a cheaper price 
than I'd pay now. If no 4 materializes, I'll be sad, but my 2 will continue to 
work. If watchOS 5 makes my current unit unusable, which I doubt, I'll look at 
upgrading even if the next Apple Watch isn't out this fall.

Of course, you could upgrade now if you have the spare funds. You'll get a 
better experience in the months left before the fall, and if you want to 
upgrade to the 4, you'll get a much better resale price for a 3 than a 1. 
You'll also get a better idea of the improvement you can expect in a new Apple 
Watch, which can inform your choice of whether, with its power, you should 
consider a cellular model.

Sent from my iPhone

> On Apr 15, 2018, at 16:40, Sarai Bucciarelli <sarai.bucciare...@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> Just came in to the funds to get an Apple Watch series 3. I have a series 1. 
> Should I buy now, or wait till September?
>  
> Sarai D Bucciarelli www.linkedin.com/in/SaraiDBucciarelli
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