Apple Watch 2 was in the wait queue for a long time. Earlier, it was announced that Apple Watch 2 will be released by March 2016 ahead of April and now, reports confirm that we cannot have it on our hands until early September 2016.
The earlier version of Apple Watch was launched back in 2015 and featured 1.65” display, 512 RAM and 205mAh battery. The watch was powered by a 520 MHz processor and a PowerVR SGX543 GPU. The internal memory of the watch was 8GB. The newer version is expected to have a better casing and improved battery life. It is also expected to have a small camera on board.
Latest news also confirms that Apple Watch 2 would come with a swappable band in the form of a magnetically closed Milanese Loop band. The wristband comes with a number of magnets arranged with magnetic polarity patterns. The new design was spotted at US Patent and Trademark Office website.
This is what Techcrunch’s Matthew Panzarino wrote in an article: “I’m not so sure that we’ll be seeing it that early. Several things that I’ve heard (from several sources) indicate to me that we won’t see a new hardware model of the Apple Watch in March. Design partnerships, accessories, that kind of thing maybe but not a “Watch 2.0” with a bunch of new hardware features like a camera. He also added that Apple Watch 2 has to wait until September and could be launched with the iPhone 7.