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Next Apple Watch: GPS, new processor, better battery, report says

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The Apple rumor mill is heating up once again, just weeks before the release of the iPhone 7, but this time the news about the Apple Watch. 

However, instead of incremental software upgrades or new watch band designs, the latest rumor claims that Apple will release two new versions of the Apple Watch in the second half of this year. 

According AppleInsider, referencing a Sunday night note from KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, one version will include an improved processor, while the other version, referred to as the Apple Watch 2, will include a GPS radio and a barometer for “improved geolocation capabilities.”  Read more…

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Source: Monorail, Tavis Ormandy (Twitter)

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