Apple could launch the Apple Watch 2 and iPhone 6C at a special event in March next year, according to inside sources speaking with 9to5mac.
The industry insiders reckon that the next–generation of Apple’s wearable is nailed on to be showcased at the event, with a release date to follow in April. That would make it a year since the original Apple Watch first went on sale.
Interestingly, the same sources have confirmed previous stories that Apple is working on a new 4–inch iPhone, believed to be called the iPhone 6C.
That handset has been mooted for an early 2016 release, suggesting it could launch alongside the new Apple Watch 2.
While exact details of the Apple Watch 2 remain unclear, rumours persist that Apple is planning on adding features such as sleep tracking, imported health sensors and a new camera for Facetime video calls.
The iPhone 6C is said to come with NFC smarts, a metal design and an improved processor.
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