It’s been over a year since the Apple Watch went on sale. The Cupertino company has been updating it with new colours, new straps, and an updated operating system, but for those of you who are waiting for a brand new watch, your wait might be over soon. According to rumours, the Apple Watch 2 will be up to 40% thinner, and might be announced this WWDC.
According to analyst, Brian White from Wall Street firm Drexel Hamilton, the next generation Apple Watch could be announced within the next two to three months, and will possible be unveiled at the next Apple World Wide Developers Conference happening in mid-June. He also says that the Apple Watch 2 could be 20% to 40% thinner than the existing Watch we have now.
Brian White isn’t the only one predicting that the Watch 2 could be launched this June, last year, a Chinese report claimed that Taiwan-based supplier Quanta Computer was developing the Apple Watch 2, and will be made in time for a late second quarter launch. In September last year, analyst Timothy Arcuri from Cowen and Company also claimed that the next Apple Watch will launch in mid to late 2016 and will be thinner than current generation watch. Moreover, Apple recently reduced the price of the Apple Watch Sport, possibly indicating that a new one is coming soon.
How many of you are looking forward to the next generation Apple Watch?