Apple is among some of the biggest names when it comes to the world of technology. The company has been coming out with a number of new innovations and updates over the years, and has been bringing forward several changes into the markets. Apple has now been anticipated to soon release the Apple Watch 2. There have been a number of speculations, and as of now it is being expected to come out on the 7th of September. The smartwatch would be releasing alongside the iPhone 7, which is also expected to release during the same event.

Apple has officially sent out the invites for their new event, which will be held in San Francisco. The date is the 7th of September, which is just eight days away. The markets are abuzz with excitement, and many major changes are all set to take place. However, while there is plenty of information available about the iPhone 7, the Apple Watch 2 still remains largely a mystery. It has today come to light that this new smartwatch would be coming out with a larger battery.

This information comes to us via 9to5Mac, which has been a constant source of updates on Apple reports. The website suggests that the Apple Watch 2 would be coming out with a battery life of 1.28Whr or 334mAh for the 42mm variant. This is a significant improvement over the previous Apple Watch, which featured a 246mAh battery for the same variant.

This is a 35% improvement over the previous device. In addition to that, the Apple Watch 2 is also expected to be thinner, and also waterproof. There are expected to be very few design changes, while health tracking and GPS are expected to get much better with this new release. While only limited information is available as of now, more details are expected to be cleared as the day of the launch nears.