The long rumored new smartwatch form Apple, the Apple Watch 2, may finally see the light of day as it may be launched alongside all other new Apple devices and software products in the upcoming World Wide Developers Conference on June 10, in San Francisco, California. However, there are also reports suggesting another possible release date for the new Apple smartwatch. The point to a launch alongside the long rumored iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus sometime in September.
The Apple Watch 2 has long been rumored to be up for release. In March, it was expected that the new version of the smartwatch will be launched, but the event ended up revealing the iPhone SE and the iPad Pro 9.7.
In a previous interview with CNBC, Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted that there might be shortcomings that had to be made up for by the company regarding the release of the Apple Watch, as he admitted that they learned from a year ago.
“We’re still in learning mode,” Cook said. “We’re learning fairly quickly, though. We know a lot more than we did a year ago.”
While he did not reveal anything specific about the long rumored new iteration of the Apple Watch, the company executive promised that there will be improvements for it. “You’ll see the Apple Watch getting better and better,” he promised.
The “improvements” might either be a software update to the current one or a possible sequel to the old one. Cook’s follow-up statement gave a clearer hint that it may be an entirely new device, as he teased that there will be a day that users will see the Apple Watch as a necessity in their lives.
“I think that in a few years we will look back and people will say, ‘How could I have ever thought about not wearing this watch?'” he said.