New Apple watch to be realesed in march with WatchOS 2.2

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New Apple watch to be realesed in march with WatchOS 2.2

New models and designs of Apple watch is coming in march 2016. Some recently rumors about Apple launching a new 4-inch iPhone are yet to be confirmed by Apple.

The Premium Line-up of Apple Watch will bring a series of new band color options to the Apple Watch line-up, and will be somewhat similar to the September 2015 Apple Watch revision.

Apple has yet to disclose specific Apple Watch shipment numbers, but CEO Tim Cook said that Watch sales were up in the fourth quarter of 2015, above company expectations

Apple has also partnered with Hermes to build Apple watch bands with new materials, but are still in development process.

The upcoming Apple Watch is unlikely to include new hardware design or tweaks, but Apple is said to be preparing to formally release the WatchOS 2.2 update. Upcoming Apple watch operating system WatchOS 2.2, will have the functionality which allows for multiple Apple Watches to be synced to a single iPhone in addition to new functionality in the Maps app. It is likely that Apple has more enhancements for this March update in development.

Though there is no solid release date for the second generation Apple Watch 2, we expect it to be announced in March 2016 with an April 2016 launch, as Apple follows a yearly cycle with many of its devices – for the past few years iPhones have always been announced in September, etc.

It’s looking like this prediction might come true; according to reports, Apple will hold its next event in March 2016, at which it will unveil the Apple Watch 2, alongside the rumoured iPhone 6c and the iPad Air 3. A 9to5Mac report suggests that the Apple Watch will appear at that event but that it won’t ship until April, a year after the first Apple Watch went on sale.

Earlier this month, Apple accidentally leaked a black version of the Milanese Loop steel mesh band; the images and store listing were removed soon thereafter. So there’s one new design, but there’s no telling what else Apple has been working on.

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