The cellular connectivity has been expected to be a game changer for smartwatches so far, but now a new report from Bloomberg reveals that the feature won’t be a part of the upcoming Apple Watch 2.
In addition, the report rolled out that Apple was in an attempt to incorporate the feature but faced the failure amid, due to battery issues. As in the past, it was reportedly stated that talks to networks were held in US and UK by Apple, despite the fact the cellular connectivity would have succeeded as a part of the Watch 2, it obviously won’t come until December, report claimed.
The battery life is likely to be affected by the feature that is causing a quick drain of it. Therefore, the company is now planning to bring forth the low-power cellular chips in the future devices. Though rare may be the chances of cellular connectivity coming this year, but it won’t be able to exclude the possibility of a watch. The upcoming watch is set to be released with iPhone 7 along with the anticipated feature of GPS as well as improved feature related to health.
Similarly, most notable is the Apple decided trends that will prompt it to bring a Watch with inbuilt cellular connectivity without being connected to an iPhone, which could mark a great distinction among its other products. However, people were expecting a next-gen device with a more powerful processor and the eSIM reports floating around would vouch for cellular SIM support.
But, apparently, the user will have to wait.