New: Apple Watch 2 And iPhone 6c Likely To Be Launch In March 2016

New: Apple Watch 2 And iPhone 6c Likely To Be Launch In March 2016
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Apple CEO Tim Cook closes the presentation as an Apple Watch is shown in background during an Apple media event in San Francisco, California, September 9, 2015.


There are rumors Apple is working on the next generation Apple Watch 2 for a rumored launch during a special event scheduled in March 2016, according to a report in Tech Times. The report also mentioned that the wearable may also be accompanied by the next generation iPhone 6c, if rumors turn out to be true.
After a successful year of sales for the company's wearable, Apple is enjoying the top two spot for number of sales in wearables, next to fitness wearable FitBit. According to the report, the company started working on the Apple Watch 2 after the first Apple Watch was unveiled.
The report also mentioned that Apple will be unveiling the Apple Watch 2 along with the much-anticipated next generation release of the 4-inch iPhone 6c. While this piece of news may not be a welcome one for those who first purchased the Apple Watch, it is nevertheless a welcome one for consumers who are still on the fence about getting their first wearable.
Consumers can expect the Apple Watch 2 to be equipped with more health sensors for better health tracking and monitoring, as well as support for sending SMS and email even without an iPhone. Another feature that is rumored to be added to the wearable is a FaceTime camera that can be used for FaceTime calls.
The other device that is rumored to be launched in March is the iPhone 6C, which is the smaller 4-inch iPhone model. According to the report, the device will be powered by the A9 chip which is the same chip that is found in the bigger iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. It is also rumored to have a slightly curved glass around the edges and be equipped with NFC support for Apple Pay.
A March announcement is likely, especially since this was around the same time that the first Apple Watch was announced. A month later, the wearable was released in the market.
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