The Next Generation of Apple Watch Won’t Come This Year

Apple’s first wearable device, Apple Watch, changed into launched barely two months ago. But, the rumour approximately the advent of second era of the Watch has been doing the rounds for some time. The statement of watchOS 2 on the WWDC 2015 does give wind to the rumor mill.

According to Gforgames, the Apple Watch 2 won’t be launched this year. The report suggests that Apple is in no hurry to bring up the next generation of Watch so early and; given the wearable device has been fairly successful. It claims that the Cupertino-based company has planned to launch the Watch 2 in 2016.

No matter having a terrific many industry first functions and technologies, the Watch has quite some boundaries which includes, loss of local apps, GPS generation and more especially the heavy reliance on the paired iPhone for sporting out simple capabilities like, installing apps.

Apple has released watchOS 2 beta to the developers. The final version of the OS is expected to arrive this fall. The Cupertino-based company has added many user-friendly features in the upcoming watchOS like, Activation Lock and the ability to run native apps on the watch.

LG is rumoured to develop the display panel for the Watch. The South Korean tech giant is the leading manufacturer of display panel, having about 67% of market share. Based on the report, LG has the share of 91 per cent of total revenue generated by display market.

Some of Watch users record that apps don’t run rapid on their tool. Extra frequently than now not, apps get stuck whilst putting in or updating on the watch. Maintaining such apparent inconvenience in thoughts, Apple is assumed to be inside the rush to deliver next model of watchOS.

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