At this week's WWDC keynote Apple spent a lot of time on updating developers about the changes coming to watchOS this fall that includes instant performance, simpler navigation with an all-new dock new Watch faces and more. Today a supply chain report claims that "Apple has stepped up procurement of chips and components for the second-generation Apple Watch which is expected to debut later in 2016. Orders for the upcoming Apple Watch have been higher-than-expected, said the sources."
The report further noted that "Judging from the orders, the sources estimated that about two million units of the new Apple Watch could be shipped monthly, which is rather aggressive."
Shipments of chips and components for the second-generation Apple Watch are set to begin in the third quarter, the sources indicated.
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