New Apple Watch SE 2 early rumors: everything we know so far


Today has been a big day for Apple Watch leaks: on the heels of information about the upcoming Apple Watch 8, we now have information regarding the less expensive Apple Watch SE 2.

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This is the first large dump of leaked material on the wearable that we’ve seen, all thanks to iDropNews and its sources. We haven’t heard many speculations regarding the successor to the Apple Watch SE, which will be released in 2020, so far..

It seems that the Apple Watch SE 2 will be powered by the same S7 processor as the Apple Watch 7. To put it another way, this model is powered by the same S5 chip that we saw in the Apple Watch 5.


According to iDropNews, the Apple Watch SE 2 will have an always-on display this year. The watch is said to be adding ECG recording capabilities, as well as enhanced internal speakers (available on the Apple Watch 4 and later).

Pricing and design are interrelated.

Aside from retaining the now-standard sizes of 40mm and 44mm, there seems to be no change in the smartwatch’s appearance. That comes as no surprise at this point, and aluminium will be the only material available for the smartwatch.

According to insiders who spoke to iDropnews, the watch will be $20 more expensive in the United States and start at $299. The current model is now available for $279 / £249 / AU$429 and upwards of.


However, the purpose of the Apple Watch SE range is to provide a more cheap option than the flagship model. With the new iPhone, Apple will try to keep the price as low as possible.

Also according to rumours, the Apple Watch SE 2 will have a battery life of 18 hours, which is the same as its predecessor. It’s possible that it will have the same rapid charging capabilities as the Apple Watch 7, but the blood oxygen sensor isn’t one of them. Apple Watch 8 is expected to debut the latest wristwatch in September.


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