Posted by Byte.co.uk and shot live in Shenzhen, the footage reveals that the Apple Watch 2 Force Touch Gasket has an all new layout and includes an additional chipset.
The new Apple Watch 2 LCD is thinner, has an all new design on the rear, and has an additional chipset. The bezel on the front is smaller than the Apple Watch 1.
The new Apple Watch 2 battery is more powerful at 1.28 WH compared to Apple Watch 1 which has 0.98 WH. It also has an additional chipset on the connector flex and is thicker than Apple Watch 1. Notably, this lines up with a previous battery leak.
Take a look at the video and photos below. Apple could unveil the Apple Watch 2 at its September 7th press event. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.
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