Apple Watch 2 announcement expected at March event, iPhone 6c also rumored

By Sudhiir

Apple is said to unveil its next generation Apple watch and the rumored 4" iPhone early next year. Apple will announce the Apple Watch 2 and the iPhone 6C at an event to be held in March 2016.

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The Apple Watch could ship in April 2016, a year after the First generation Apple Watch went for sale. Previous rumors suggested that the Apple Watch will have support for FaceTime and Wi-fi. Rumors also suggested that the Apple Watch 2 could have a health tracker powered by Bands with sensors. The Apple Watch 2 is likely to see improvements from its earlier version and a deeper integration with IOS.

Apple Watch 2 announcement expected at March event, iPhone 6c rumored
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The company is also expected to announce a 4" inch iPhone which was before suggested by Chinese analyst Ming Chi Kuo. The smaller iPhone could be the iPhone 6c. It is likely that the iPhone 6C could be powered by a A9 Chip preset on the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S plus. The new 4" iPhone will also have a metal body, TouchID and support for Apple Pay. Some of the high-end functionalities are to be included in the new Apple iPhone that is meant for a more affordable iPhone for emerging markets. Currently, the iPhone 5s is the only 4" iPhone from Apple.

The 9to5Mac report concludes that Apple Watch 2 will be announced in the event to held in March 2016. However, the possibility of a 4" iPhone is still uncertain and continues to be a rumor.


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