“If Apple follows the release cycles of its other products, the Apple Watch could see at least a minor refresh every year and perhaps even a larger overhaul every other year, much like we see with Apple’s iPhones and iPads,” Jordan Kahn writes for 9to5Mac.
“What might Apple’s second and third-generation Apple Watch collections look like?” Kahn writes. “And what will that mean for owners of the current collection?”
“With a lot of help from our friend Antonio De Rosa of ADR Studios, we’ve envisioned what future versions of Apple Watch might look like based on supply chain chatter, watch trends, and our own intel on what Apple has in the works,” Kahn writes. “One of the most likely possibilities for a next-generation Apple Watch is new case materials. A report from The Wall Street Journal claimed Apple was experimenting with platinum versions of the Watch, which was later corroborated by info from usually reliable supply chain sources. Other possibilities, if trends from the watch industry are any indication, could include titanium, ceramics, white gold or even Liquidmetal.”
Much more, including images of what Apple’s next-gen Watch might look like, in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Mmm, Liguidmetal.
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