The Apple Watch Series 2 might be similar on the outside to its predecessor, but it's very different under the hood, with a bigger cell, among others.
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The second series of Apple Watch has been announced. It runs watchOS 3 and you can literally swim with it.
Like most water-resistant watches, the Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch Edition are rated for 50 meters of ingress. With any device that has a speaker, this is where the main ingress concerns are as a speaker requires air to propagate sound. Apple has redesigned the speakers to push water out if any gets in. Swimmers also get two workout modes in Apple Health.
The Apple S2 system package includes a dual-core processor that’s 50 [...]
Today's the big day, and whether you're using an iPhone, Mac, Windows PC or Android, you should be able to watch a live stream of the iPhone 7 launch event.
The Apple Watch 2 might be getting a thicker battery and thinner screen than its predecessor, helping offset its GPS chip's power thirst.
Another product to expect other than the iPhone 7? The iPhone 7 Plus. Oh yes, and the Apple Watch 2. Here's what we think we know about all of that.
In addition to the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 we've suspected for a while were coming on September 7, it seems new Beats headphones are also in the cards.
Sure, any regulator can check out the iPhone 7 (or 6SE) and the Apple Watch 2, but some wireless EarPods? From Apple? This headphone jack thing is serious.
Time to book your tickets and hop in line at the nearest Apple Store. The next iPhones will likely be introduced to us on September 7, 2016.
Even though 3G and LTE on a smartwatch would ease up plenty in your mobile life, Apple won't take a chance on it supposedly until it uses less power.
An Apple Watch 2 and Apple Watch S of sorts are expected out by the end of the year, with GPS support, a larger battery and a faster processor onboard.
Despite ominous recent silence on the second-generation Apple Watch rumor front, the new iOS-supporting wearable piece should still see daylight this fall.
Apple still tops IDC's list of top smartwatch shippers, but its fall from its debut peak has us questioning when an Apple Watch 2 can come by.
A WWDC launch of a vastly upgraded Apple Watch 2 always seemed unlikely, so let's be thankful the wearable is still reportedly due out by the end of 2016.
Apple is about to talk major software updates at its keynote of WWDC 2016. There are a couple of ways to watch it live and we'll have full coverage.
As always, Apple is fairly hard to read ahead of the WWDC developer event debut. But we can still make a few safe bets about what's most likely coming.
What will be revealed at the event? The chips are on Apple Music getting re-done, a more open Siri and a lot of new software. A lot.
After Steve Wozniak, John Sculley isn't afraid to voice his reservations about the Apple Watch, which falls short of utility excellence at the moment.
With a faster processor, will a cell-connected Apple Watch soon debut for the smartwatch's first major upgrade?
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is forecasting that Apple Watch sales will underperform compared to the 8 months it was available in 2015.
Will Apple wait to introduce a new Apple Watch design until next year, and this year give us a more spec-focused refresh?
Even though nobody knows anything for sure about the Apple Watch 2, the vast majority of the original's owners say they're excited to upgrade.
A second-gen, thinner Apple Watch is being anticipated for a possible June WWDC debut.