Apple Watch 2 will be announced in 2016 with the Facetime camera
According to an article published by 9to5mac, Apple is already on the works for its second generation of Apple watch and is all set to launch it in 2016. The article further went on to spill the beans on Apple’s plans to incorporate a Face Time camera in the watch while maintaining the same battery life.
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In an interview with CNBC, Roger Cheng (executive editor at CNET) was not shy of words on the development of the second generation of Apple watch. “These features aren’t surprising, I mean, the fact that Apple wants to add a Face Time Camera to the next version of the watch is a good logical step. They are already supporting Face Time audio calls for the existing watch, or they will at the end of this year.
So, adding a camera is like a logical step now.” He also added, “Whether or not people actually want a camera is another question. It’s interesting to know that Samsung – when first launched their smartphone – included the camera that no one used and now you don’t see a camera in it anymore.”
When asked if Apple is actually planning to add those features to the second version of the Apple watch and will it hold people off from buying the current version, Cheng replied, “Yeah, I think for a lot of people they are holding off on that second version.” When discussing on the other issues that Apple must resolve in order to make the second version of the Apple Watch a success, Cheng said, “Definitely battery life is a big one.
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That was one thing about the report that said that Apple, they were happy with the response for battery life. I don’t know if people actually want to charge their watch every night though”