The next Apple Watch to hit the market has been touted to be coming stronger and better. First of all, I think it’s new and improved processor will go a long way in changing the user experience; it’s going to come with GPS and a load of other features.
Apple’s veil over the next iPhone has not deterred us from knowing a lot about the Smartphone, but Apple has succeeded in hiding this from the prying eyes of the public until now. The original Apple Watch was announced in 2014, and ever since then, the smartwatch hasn’t received notable upgrades as much as we would have expected.
Recently, an analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, sent out an investor note which gives us a bite into what Apple may have in its shelf for the coming months. Apple was said to have been planning this for over 6 months, so 2016 could finally see two new models of the Apple Watch.
This upgrade was dubbed Apple Watch 2 at the time of writing this report. The upgrade is expected to have the same general design as we find on the current version of the watch. One of its biggest upgrades would be GPS radio, followed by a thinner display, and then the 16nm processor that comes from TSMC. According to Kuo, these features will make the device more bulky, and somewhat larger, and that means it needs a larger battery to run, so Apple will likely maintain the size of the smartwatch.