Apple Watch 2 Trial Production Reported to Begin this Month

This just in: Apple developing successor to hit Apple product.

Of course a 2nd-generation Apple Watch was inevitable, and China’s Commercial Times has just reported that initial production of Apple’s as yet unannounced Apple Watch 2 is set to begin at Quanta this month.

The upcoming device is said to feature additional sensors (possibly even sleep-tracking), and potentially even a FaceTime camera for video calling, along with a sleek new (hopefully existing-watchband compatible) design.

Back in December we learned of Apple’s rumoured March event plans, where the company is likely to announce its 2nd-generation wearable and possibly a new, highly anticipated 4-inch ‘iPhone 6c’.

As always, at this time this should be taken with a grain of salt, as nothing has been officially revealed at this point, and we’ve yet to see leaks of any cables, displays, bodies, or other components. That said, if trial production really is set to begin this month, I’d imagine it won’t be too long before a blurrycam image of something appears online.

What features would you like to see in the 2nd-generation Apple Watch? How likely are you to upgrade? Sound out below!


[Via GforGames]