If a new report from leading Apple news website 9to5Mac is right, we will see two new Apple products early next year.
9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman reports that Apple will announce a second-generation Apple Watch and a 4-inch iPhone 6C in March 2016. Gurman says that the new Watch will go on sale in April 2016 -- almost exactly a year after the first Apple Watch hit the shelves.
Apple has been working on a number of new features for next-generation Apple Watches -- sleep tracking, better health sensors, a camera, and more -- but it’s unclear how many of those we will see in the second-generation Apple Watch.
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Meanwhile, a 4-inch iPhone 6C would help Apple focus on the small-screen market. Apple is currently one of the few smartphone makers that makes a phone that’s 4-inches in size (iPhone 5S), which some people prefer over the bigger iPhone 6S and the gigantic iPhone 6S Plus. If the rumoured iPhone 6C combines the guts of the iPhone 6S in the body of an iPhone 5S, it might be a compelling buy for some people.