Apple is reportedly working on its second-generation smartwatch, likely to be dubbed Apple Watch 2, with a March-launch in mind. The Cupertino-based company is said to showcase the long-rumoured 4-inch iPhone 6c at the same event.
Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac reports that Apple plans to start shipping the second-generation Apple Watch by April citing people with knowledge of the plans. Notably, Apple kicked off sales of the Apple Watch wearable in April this year. If the report is right, then the second-generation Apple Watch will go on sale a year after the first-generation model went on sale in 2015.
Further adding, the report claims that Apple started working on various technologies for future Apple Watch even before the original model went on sale. The March launch for Apple Watch 2 could also break the company’s launch calendar which previously on saw new products unveiled in second-half of the year.