Apple is reportedly planning on launching the second generation Apple Watch in Q2 of 2016, with Quanta Computer said to be working with Apple to develop the device. This launch timeline would see the Apple Watch introduced by June 2016. Given this time period, the future device could see its introduction at Apple’s annual WWDC conference in early June. The current Apple Watch was announced at Apple’s 2014 September iPhone event and launched in April, but since it was a new product category, Apple needed more time for consumers to learn about the device between introduction and launch.
The next Apple Watch may include a FaceTime camera and a slimmer profile. New Wifi capabilities are also said to be created so the Watch can have more functions without the need to be connected to an iPhone.