A hot news coming from the market that the Apple Watch 2 will be be released sometime in 2016. The successor to the Apple Watch 1 is might unlike by its predecessor version. According to analyst Timothy Arcuri from Cowen & Co Apple Watch 1 require an iPhone to work, but the new device is independent to work.
The latest report also notes that LG, which was the exclusive display supplier for the Watch, will remain so for the next iteration of the smartwatch as well.
Arcuri also predicted that the bulk of the Apple A9 processor orders will be won by Taiwan-based TSMC, which is the world’s largest independent semiconductor foundry.