Apple Watch 2 To Release In September With Arm Cortex A32 Processor?
According to rumors, Apple Watch 2 will be launched at the WWDC in June. But latest reports suggest that the watch might be released in September instead. It seems we will have to wait a little longer to know the exact release date of the gadget. It is, however, confirmed that the device will include an ARM Cortex A32 processor.Advertisement
Apple analyst Brian White further revealed in reports that Apple Watch 2 will be launched alongside the iPhone 7 during the event. It will sport a thin body, almost 20% to 40% thinner than the current Apple Watch.
The rumor mill seems to be spilling more news on the latest edition of the Watch, suggesting that suppliers for Watch 2 components have started taking orders in bulk. According to a report by Apple Insider, “Apple has reportedly started signing component orders for the second-generation Apple Watch, a possible sign that version two of the wearable will begin mass production within the next few month.”
Apple has plans to make the Watch 2 a self-reliant device, which means the device will carry fast internet connectivity, calling facility and Apple Pay. Aside from this, Watch 2 will sport an OLED display and a powerful battery, and it will be built out of premium materials such as tungsten, palladium and titanium.
Watch 2 will carry the latest operating system 2.2 that will enhance Maps application. Other than this, OS 2.2 will enable users to connect the watch with iPhones and other Apple watches.
The Cupertino-based tech firm has more plans for the device. Right now, the company is working on a new Wi-Fi chip capable of performing multiple tasks like messages, email and more over wireless connection without an iPhone. Other than this, there will be a few useful health-centered features.
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