We recently heard that the new Apple Watch 2 will be launching some time in the second quarter of next year, the device is expected to be made by Quanta for Apple.
Quanta is currently the sole producer of the first generation Apple Watch, but according to a recent report, Apple are looking for another partner to help them produce the second generation Apple Watch.
This new partner for the Apple Watch 2 will be an additional manufacturer of the device as well as Quanta, Apple is obviously expecting higher demand for their second generation smartwatch.
Apple is expected to use a similar design for the second generation Apple Watch, the internals of the device are expected to be updated, with a different processor, more RAM and higher storage. This is something that Apple does with its iPhones and iPads, it uses the same or very similar design for two product cycles and then releases a new design.
The company has yet to give any figures on how many units of their Apple Watch they have sold, although reports have suggested that they have shipped around 7 million units of the device to date. It will be interesting to find out some official figures from Apple on how many units of their smartwatch they have sold.