At the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2016, Apple completely skipped on any update on the Apple Watch 2. To the disappointment of fans eagerly awaiting the smartwatch, many thought the high-tech wristband technology would not be appearing anytime soon. According to fresh rumours, Apple has submitted two patent application for the next version of the Apple Watch.
A patent application recently published online reveals the design of what many believe to be the Apple Watch 2. And apparently, the device will have a selfie camera. The watch will come with an additional button. According to the patent, Apple Watch 2 will have an image sensor incorporated with image lenses and an image storing software. The patent also reveals that the camera will in mounted on the front that’ll enable the users to capture their image.
Before the WWDC, many believed that the Apple Watch 2 would appear this year, but since it went unmentioned at the event, a lot of fans were disappointed. Now it’s being speculated that the wearable will be released in the Apple September event. It’s worth mentioning that the upcoming iPhone 7 is likely to be unveiled at the same event. But another source reports that the Apple Watch 2 will not be unveiled until the start of autumn this year. The Watch is going to come with several new features and improvements including health and sleep monitoring. Apple Watch 2 may support the same old OLED display although the supplier will no longer be LG.