WWDC 2016: Apple Watch 2 Release; iOS 10 Expected At The Developers Conference

WWDC 2016: Apple Watch 2 Release; iOS 10 Expected At The Developers Conference
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Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, well-known as WWDC, will be held in San Francisco and is scheduled for 8th to 12th June 2016. Since it is an Apple event, the world is waiting to know what is going to be unveiled or announced between 8 and 12 June. Here are some of the rumored announcements:


First and foremost, Apple Watch 2, a slimmer version of the Apple Watch is expected at the WWDC event. Speaking of its thickness, this new smartwatch may be 40% slimmer than the previous versions. If we believe the report published by Value Walk, “this latest smartwatch release will feature an outstanding new modular smart band which will deliver outstanding functionality. An innovation associated with this new band is the inclusion of GPS receivers and wireless charging battery packs, ensuring that the Apple Watch 2 benefits from a significantly improved feature set.” Apart from this, Apple Watch 2, which might be announced at the WWDC, may also sport a camera so that you can make FaceTime calls without having to use a phone.

One of the other key features are going to be alerts. As we know, brands are positioning smartwatches as fitness bands. To make Apple Watch a full-fledged fitness band, besides keeping a track on your jogging, this watch will now also alert yourr friends and family members in times of emergency. The rumors also suggest that the battery life will be improved and may also offer wireless charging. Other than Apple Watch 2, iOS 9‘s next version, iOS 10 is also expected at WWDC. iOS 9 created a lot of buzz as it failed to stand true to the expectations. We hope that all the issues that this OS had or the promises that were not delivered will be fulfilled by iOS 10.

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