Apple Watch 2 predicted to debut at WWDC in June
Last year, Apple launched it’s new product line, the Apple Watch. It has been quite a success due to it’s stylish design and integration with iOS. Apple since the beginning has been marketing the Watch as a fashion accessory rather than a tech product. Hence, its sales too have been very good when compared to Android Wear and Pebble.
Apple analyst Brian White of Wall Street firm Drexel Hamilton, who is currently on a Chinese tech tour, today issued a pair of research notes highlighting his upcoming Apple Watch and iPhone expectations through the end of 2016. White predicts that the Apple Watch could be refreshed within the next two to three months. He believes that a 20% to 40% thinner Apple Watch 2 could be unveiled by June, possibly at Apple’s annual WWDC, which could take place between June 13-17 based on scheduled availability at Moscone West, the San Francisco convention center where the developer event is typically held.
Apple Watch is globally available along with a multitude of accessories and straps. It is also a very useful fitness tracker with inbuilt heart rate scanner and syncs all the data to Apple Fit.