“There’s an easy conclusion to come to over Mark Gurman’s reporting of the specifications of the second Apple Watch model, and that is people will wait for the new and improved wearable to arrive, depressing sales of the current generation of the Apple Watch,” Ewan Spence writes for Forbes.
“Let’s be honest, there will be some people out there looking at the report, and will decide to wait until an unknown date in the future (my best guess is April 2016, as Apple follows a yearly product cycle for releasing new Apple Watch models),” Spence writes. “But the number of people who will (a) be following Apple products closely to understand the implications of the supposed second generation specifications (b) want an Apple watch, and (c) will be happy to not have the latest Apple dark mark on their wrist, will be incredibly small.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Correct. Apply Betteridge’s law of headlines, as usual.