Apple Watch 2 In The Works Says Quanta Chairman

Posted: Nov 13 2015, 12:36pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 13 2015, 7:46pm CST, in News | Apple

Apple Watch 2 in the Works says Quanta Chairman

New report from China puts Apple Watch 2 release at end of Q2, 2016.

It is clear that Apple will reveal an Apple Watch 2 in 2016. The big question is when. The Apple Watch was launched in April of this year. Will Apple stick to the spring release or shift the Apple Watch 2 release to Summer or Fall?

A new report from Chinese UDN (via GforGames) reports that Quanta Chairman Barry Lam told investors that the Apple Watch 2 is in the works. Quanta is the manufacturer of the Apple Watch. The Apple Watch 2 is according to the report set for a end of Q2 release. Volume shipment will be starting in Q3 2016.

The new Apple Watch 2 is completely in the dark. Guesses of what Apple will improve in the Apple Watch 2 are a thinner case, longer battery life, GPS, Cellular connectivity and more. The cellular connectivity is now a standard feature in Android Wear, making it a prime candidate for Apple to also make the Apple Watch more independent from the iPhone.

The Apple Watch is a hot tech gift this Holiday season. There are also big discounts on the Apple Watch available in Black Friday sales. Black Friday shoppers can take off up to $100 at Best Buy and Target bundles a $100 Gift Card with any Apple Watch.

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