We are expecting to see the Apple Watch 2 at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June and now we have some more details on the device.
The second generation Apple Watch is expected to feature a similar design to the existing model, although it is said to be thinner and lighter than the current model.
Now according to a recent report by the Wall Street Journal, the new Apple Watch may come with cellular connectivity built in, this means that the device could be used without an iPhone to make and receive calls and also send texts, emails and more.
The new Apple Watch will also come with a faster processor than the current model, it could also get some more RAM and internal storage over the existing model.
The addition of cellular connectivity to the Apple Watch 2 would mean that the device could be used without an iPhone, whether this will mean that you will still need an iPhone to set the device up and install apps remains to be seen.
Apple has not revealed how many units of their Apple Watch they have sold to date, we may find out some details at WWDC 2016 in June.
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