Apple Watch 2 is likely to pack Digital Crown and two new buttons. ?Apple?s latest patent has teased this possibility. Here you have more information.
Digital Crown is the twistable dial. It can be used to operate the Apple Watch. With this feature, the user can have better control over the watch. The description which was attached to the description has shown two new buttons on the left side of the watch. These two buttons are bigger than the buttons which are on the right side of the device. As per the rumor, these two buttons have some important functions.
One more patent has revealed that Apple Watch 2 will include the digital camera. ?A compact digital camera that includes an image sensor such as a CMOS sensor and optical components (e.g. lenses) arranged to focus an image onto the image sensor, along with control logic operable to use the imaging components to capture and store still and/or video images,? Apple?s patent reads, according to Patently Apple.
Apple Watch 2 will feature Siri. Siri will bring a lot of new things into Watch 2. ?To me, Siri is much more useful on the watch than on the iPhone because it?s always right there on your wrist and you can use it hands free by just saying, ?hey, Siri?.If this feature was faster and more accurate, I would use Siri on my Apple Watch all the time to set reminders, add notes, text my wife, and do loads of other things on the go,? said Jeremy Olson, founder and lead designer at Tapity.
As per the previous report, Apple Watch 2 will include cellular connectivity option which will support both 3G and 4G. This feature will help the device in receiving the messages when the user is not in the Wi-Fi zone. Apple Watch 2 will also able to stream Apple Music.
Apple is working on a new technology which can help the physically challenged persons. Apple Watch 2 is going to have different sensors, which can decode gestures into spoken or written language. Apple Watch 2 will sport a front-facing camera for FaceTime Video calls, Wi-Fi chip.
Apple is expected to launch the device in September alongside iPhone 7.
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