While the launch of Apple Watch 2 is sure to overshadow similar smartwatch releases by Samsung, Sony, Motorola and others, the iPhone 6c launch may rain on the parade of phone makers who will be utilising the time to showcase their new mid-range products on the cheap.
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iPhone 6c will also be an upgrade over the iPhone 5S in terms of specifications but may not feature 3D Touch technology which was introduced by Apple with the latest iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus handsets.
Rumours about the Apple Watch 2 releasing early next year have been doing the rounds since June. The more credible ones suggest that Apple Watch 2 will bring in several new features like a video camera for FaceTime conversations, Wi-Fi connectivity as well as new premium models to cater to luxury buffs. You will also be able to route incoming FaceTime calls to your iPhone if you prefer a bigger display.
Apple Watch 2 set for release early next year
A new Find my Watch feature will also be incorporated which will ensure a lost Apple Watch to be traced through Wi-Fi router triangulation technology instead of the traditional GPS.
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Since Apple markets the watch as a luxury product, it is also expected that Cupertino will bring in several new models would range between $1000 and $10,000 price tags. The new models could further be bestowed fancy names like Titanium, Platinum, Tungsten or Palladium.