Apple Watch may soon debut in its third generation form with an updated OS

Apple Watch is reportedly coming in a third generation form with an upgrade Watch OS for increased compatibility with iOS 11.

    Apple might launch a third generation Apple watch along side its 2017 iPhone flagships awaiting debut this fall. Since the new iPhones will hit the markets in reportedly three variants it is quite expected that Apple will also upgrade its Apple Watch line up.

    Apple Watch may soon debut in its third generation form

    The Cupertino based smartphone giant did something similar last year when it released its iPhone 7 line up. Reports suggest that Third generation Apple Watch will debut by the end of 2017.

    The news came in from a Chinese publication which reported that Apple has plans to update its Watch series with a new product lined up. There also has been a buzz around regarding the update to Watch OS. It has been quite sometime Apple introduced an update to the operating system of its Watch series but things might change.

    Apple Watch is one of the most sold wearables around the globe keeping Apple at the top of the chain in the wearable segment. There are rumors that the upcoming Apple Watch will have a bigger battery and also a cellular variant will be launched for the product. This will make it an independent piece of gadget.

    If Apple chooses to launch a new product it is inevitable that Apple will launch an updated OS for the device. iOS 11 is already in a Beta phase awaiting a full-scale roll out, it is only plausible that Watch OS comes with an update to provide an improved compatibility with the much-improved iOS 11.


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