Apple Watch 2 is said to feature a Face Time camera along with bigger battery.
The Apple Watch is as yet being released all around the globe. However, as indicated by a new report, we might be having a new version around our wrists sometime soon.
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According to the administrator of Quanta Computer, the company which assembles Apple's debut wearable devices, a sequel for the high-end smartwatch is under progress.
Quanta's chairman Barry Lam made the remarks amid an investor meeting. While giving his statement, he guaranteed that the Apple Watch 2 will “not” be superior or better to the first version.
The revelation is quite shocking though. He also said that the watch will launch in late Q2, 2016. Consequent bits of gossip hovering in the Chinese media clear up Lam's remarks.
Several rumors as spread by the Chinese websites recommend that a batch of Apple Watch 2 devices will ship close to the 2016’s second quarter, while volume shipment will start in Q3.
As we all know that the iPhone and iPad are both on yearly update cycles, it's maybe not too amazing that the Apple Watch would do likewise, however it's positively intriguing to hear affirmation from high up this will probably be the situation.
Past gossipy tidbits have guaranteed the Apple Watch will keep the same size, shape and resolution as its antecedent.
Moreover, the only change will be that the display will be more slender to take in a bigger battery.
Apart from this, it will have a FaceTime camera, more prominent levels of iPhone independence, and extra top of the line models costing more than $1,000.
Canalys, a Research firm, recently asserted that Apple has sold nearly 7 million of its first-gen Apple Watches since the launch.
This figure surpasses every other seller's joined smartwatch shipments in the previous five quarters.
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In the event that the news is genuine, than the magnificent Apple Watch really deserves a sequel- but with better specifications and novel features.