Apple is holding its 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference in June and it looks like we may see the new Apple Watch 2 at the event.
According to a report from analysts Apple will unveil their second generation Apple Watch at this years WWDC, the device will apparently be thinner than the current model.
Rumors suggest that Apple will use a similar design for their new Apple Watch although it will be thinner than the current model, between 20% and 40% thinner.
Whilst the design of the device is expected to be very similar to the fist generation Apple Watch, the new device will get a number of upgrades in terms of both hardware and features.
We can expect a faster processor than the current model and also possibly more RAM and storage, Apple will probably release a range of new bands and straps which will be made available with the new device.
Previous rumors have suggested that production of the device would start some time in quarter two, so a June announcement for the device seems about eight.
Apple have yet to reveal how many units of the Apple Watch the have sold, the device launched just under a year ago on the 24th of April 2015, Apple has released various software updates for the device since it launched.
As soon as we get some more information about the second generation Apple Watch, including full specifications and some photos of the device, we will let you guys know.
Source MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple, Gadgets News, Top News