Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) just entered the smartwatch market last spring, but already rumors are swirling about what the next iteration of the Apple Watch will bring. Users are likely looking for the Apple Watch 2 to have more battery life than the current version and less dependence on the iPhone. Meanwhile, Apple is reportedly focused on adding more health tracking capabilities that didn't make the cut in first Apple Watch.
But whichever new features Apple ends up bringing to the device, the company is expected to maintain its smartwatch lead until at least 2019, according to IDC. This past year, Apple accounted for 52% of all smartwatch shipments, but to keep its momentum going the company will need to show consumers that the next Apple Watch is even better than the first. Click on the video to find out more.
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