Second-Generation Apple Watch Expected This Fall
Apple is planning to unveil the second-generation Apple Watch in September or October, according to a new report from DigiTimes citing supply chain sources in a wider piece on weakening demand for tablets and wearables.
Component makers and Apple suppliers are said to be seeing “rather conservative orders” for the new Apple Watch despite its upcoming release date, information that directly conflicts with a June DigiTimes report that pointed towards “higher-than-expected” orders. Given the confusion over the second-generation Apple Watch in the supply chain, DigiTimes’ information does not offer a clear picture of the demand Apple expects to see for the device.
Rumors suggest the second-generation Apple Watch will see under-the-hood spec improvements and perhaps some minor form factor tweaks, but major changes to the device are not expected to be unveiled this year. Improved battery life, a faster processor, and built-in cellular capabilities are all features we could see in a new…
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