Report: The second generation of Apple Watch may support cell communication




Plans Apple to launch the second generation of smart her watch Apple Watch over a short period, it is expected, according to information obtained by The Wall Street Journal that the models and at least one of the new Apple Watch at least may include access to the Internet via cellular networks, which means the possibility of work time quite independently of the phone.

The Apple company has launched a smart Even if it a year ago from now, in order to be the first entirely new product from the company after Hasabha tablet iPad. Although the company has not issued official figures for sales made by the time during the first year, but the reports issued by some specialized companies market studies had indicated that Apple has sold about 12 million hours, which is twice the number sold of the iPhone during the first year of its launch in 2007.

And require the first generation of Apple Watch permanent contact via Bluetooth phones iPhone, or contact your local wireless network (Wi-Fi) to take advantage of most of the functions of the hour, but according to the latest report, the new generation of time may include support of sliced ​​dial-up, which will allow for an hour Internet connection through the third and fourth generation networks, which means work quite independently of the phone, which provides turn greater usage flexibility, if the user is able to go out to exercise and left his phone at home, at a time that will remain able it to keep track of his athletic and receive alerts and messages.

The report does not clarify whether the time will support making phone calls and how this feature if it does come, as there is currently uncertain of the date of disclosure of the second generation of Apple Watch the time, but is expected to be done during the World Apple Developers Conference WWDC 2016 which will be held as between 13 to June 17 next .


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