You should have two major features on your Apple Watch wishlist, for, if you are a good athlete. However, to unveil this, I would like to say that Apple is ready to make your wishes come true.
According to recently released details from Apple Insider, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that Apple is set to release two new models of the Apple Watch in September, with the Sports edition getting a major change.
Apple’s obsession is proved by its better understanding of technology that can be used to analyse health and fitness, the part of a research program to track people’s fitness at a hi-tech lab just a little far from Cupertino headquarters.
But when it comes to exercise, Apple fans are not restless to get the most out of the Apple Watch’s features as it currently has two key restrictions. First, the absence of its internal GPS and the second, absence of a waterproof rating which will allow you wear while swimming.
Similarly, when you are running and unable to get the current pace information as accurate as running watch with its own GPS, you should wear your Apple Watch to get accurate distance information, it will help you to measure certain distance at a certain pace especially when you are running interval sessions.
It’s not because of waterproofing, but a range of sports are there to make many people stay fit despite having an Apple Watch, with swimming and for the like activities.
According to Kuo’s prediction, an upgrade to the original model will be released by Apple which will have a faster processor as well as a sports model with GPS, also barometer features along with improved waterproofing. He further said that in order to power the GPS features, it is also expected to have a bigger battery too.
While it must be kept in mind that Kuo is having a good track record for predicting new Apple products yet nothing is confirmed corresponding his claims.
Last but not the least to mention,until now,no announcements are made regarding unveil changes to the Apple Watch alongside the iPhone 7 in early September.