Posted September 12, 2018 07:17:06The company is working on an Apple Watch, but the first smartwatch is unlikely to hit stores before 2021, according to a report in Bloomberg News.
Bloomberg notes that Apple is working hard on its Watch 2 smartwatch, but that the company doesn’t expect it to arrive until 2021.
Apple is planning to release an Apple watch that will be powered by a solar-powered watch battery that can be stored in a smartwatch’s case.
Bloomberg reported that the Watch 2 will use an iPhone 7 Plus chip, and that the battery will have a capacity of 1,000mAh.
Apple Watch 2 is expected to be unveiled during WWDC 2018, which starts on June 23, 2019.
Apple is reportedly building a smart watch that can store 3,000 calories, which is a big improvement over its predecessor, the Apple Watch.
The company’s new smartwatch will reportedly include new features like facial recognition, automatic voice recognition, and notifications, as well as a larger display.
Apple’s new watch is expected on the market by 2020, Bloomberg reports.