A slimmer Apple Watch may arrive at WWDC 2016
The new version of Apple Watch 2.0 may come sooner than anticipated. Initially thought to be dispatched in September with an iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, experts now trust we’ll see the next version much sooner, maybe even at WWDC.
In an examination paper composed after a voyage through offices in China, Brian White of Drexel Hamilton noticed the Apple Watch may likewise get slimmer:
Finally, we walked away with the sense that the Apple Watch refresh will not occur in September with the iPhone 7, but is more likely to occur within the next 2-3 months, and thus we believe an unveiling at WWDC in June makes sense. We believe Apple Watch 2 could be 20-40% thinner than the current Apple Watch.
Initially thought to be dispatched a month ago when Apple disclosed the iPad Pro 9.7-inch and iPhone SE, the new Apple Watch surrendered its spot to embellishments and a value cut for the first model.
Numerous conjectures the value drop was a push to propel wearables that came the latest — and that might be right. It’s not beyond Apple to discharge equipment at WWDC, but rather there are commonly standalone occasions for item dispatches. Yet, Apple Watch is nearing the one year point, and particularly due for a redesign. WWDC is as great a period as any to declare new equipment, particularly since Apple doesn’t appear to have another occasion coming our way before then.