Speculations about the watch's specifications are mounting. Considering the overwhelming flow of excitement among users and fanatics, it is time to break down the technical particulars.
According to TechRadar, the new Apple item will have a 1.28 watt-hour battery. It predecessor has only a 0.98 power. What this means is a 23.4 percent increase in functional capacity. However, there is a need to assess the detail.
If Watch 2 is identical to the previous one, which is very unlikely, additional battery power is welcome news to every user. Judging from high memory content and processing efficiency of the unit to handle games, applications and storage, increasing battery capacity is definitely a necessity.
In terms of Watch 2's bulk or density, it is projected to be thinner. It is possible that the screen thickness has been reduced. However, the new battery may have an immediate impact on this part. An upgraded battery with additional weight also adds thickness to the unit.
The 9to5Mac domain quipped that Apple Watch 2 has an upgraded processor. With all the sophisticated applications online, this is a probability that is highly likely.
Functional efficiency has always been Apple's strong point. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo, the main features will include a faster 16nm processor from Taiwan Semi-conductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), a barometer that will measure atmospheric pressure, a built-in GPS and a superior water-proofing.
Judging from the global emphasis on lifestyle, Apple's new time unit may be marketed as a sporting item with functionalities closely associated with swimming, climbing and exploring designs that are independent from iPhone.
Rumors that the watch is being touted to 4G connected portray a stand-alone technicality for the gadget. Other speculations also point to a front-facing camera in order to allow FaceTime and more selfies.
According to Patently Apple, the company has granted a patent for a camera that is embedded into the upper bezel. Tech site DIgiTimes, meanwhile, shared that the OLED screen is being replaced by a micro-LED, which is crucial for saving battery life.