Apple has made Apple Watch Series 2 official. Here are its features, price and release date info, in short, here's everything you need to know about the second-generation Apple Watch.
It's been a long-time coming, but it looks as though Apple could be planning on introducing an updated version of Apple Watch 1 later this year, alongside brand new Apple Watch 2 model.
Apple is expected to announce Apple Watch 2 some time in September or October, according to a new report, with the company said to have placed "rather conservative" orders with vendors in order to get the refreshed Apple Watch out of the door.
Taking the so-called Apple Watch 2 and kitting it out with a built-in cellular data functionality that could allow it to operate independently of a connected iPhone would certainly be an appealing prospect for consumers.
According to a report by an industry analyst, the Apple Watch is likely to get an 's' upgrade in 2016, with a major redesign due later in 2017. Here are the details.
A new report claims that a new 4-inch iPhone will be released at the March event, with the "iPhone 5se" being its designation instead of the iPhone 6c moniker that earlier rumors suggested. iPad Air 3 is also likely to be introduced at the same event while Apple Watch 2 won't be unveiled at the event. Apple Watch will likely get a new software update and some new bands.
If you've been holding out for the second-generation Apple Watch in the hopes of the wearable arriving somewhere early this year, a new report is suggesting that you would have to wait for a much longer time. The report suggests that the Apple Watch 2 won't make an appearance until later on in 2016.
A new rumor has Apple planning a media event for March 2016, with Apple Watch 2 and iPhone 6c set to be the big announcements.