Apple has announced a new “Smartwatch 2,” but the hardware doesn’t really change much from the original model, the company said.
Instead, it offers a variety of color options that Apple says are “more playful, playful, and playful than ever.”
The watch features a 4-inch, 16:9 display with a resolution of 480 x 480.
There are also two models, a black and white version and a gold-colored version.
The black version is also available with a more expensive ceramic band, while the gold-colored model is only available in the black color.
The watch also comes with a Micro USB port and 3G connectivity.
Apple said the new Apple watch 2 will be available in October and the new iPhone will be released in March 2019.
The new AppleWatch will have an edge over the iPhone 7, which will have a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 5MP camera and a 5.5-inch 1080p display.
The iPhone 7 will also come with an aluminum body with a metal band.
The new Applewatch 2 will run on the latest version of iOS 11.3, with new features like voice dictation, a more streamlined design and a more intelligent fitness tracking system.
The device will be offered in a variety, including gold, rose gold, ivory, silver, rose quartz, sapphire, stainless steel and ceramic.
The Apple Watch Series 2 will feature a new design, the Apple Watch 3.
The Apple Watch will be made available in two sizes: 2.5mm and 4mm, and will cost $199.99, $249.99 and $299.99.
The Watch Series 1, which was released in September, will cost about $149.99 in the US, $159.99 overseas and $199 in Canada and the US.
The first Apple Watch was released earlier this year.
Apple has yet to announce pricing for the new models, but we do know that the new watch will be “the world’s first all-glass Apple Watch.”
The new watch has a glass display, an OLED display, a pressure-sensitive bezel and a glass case.
It will be able to display information and text at up to 12 different sizes, including 10 different languages.