New Apple Products Expected to Debut at WWDC 2016

Apple is now teaming up with high-fashion brand Coach for a new product that will be available this June.

Apple Insider reports that Coach sales associates have been informed that new bands for the leather Apple Watch will be arriving in June, after Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).

At any given moment, the average person is wearing four fine leather goods. That number could increase once Apple’s leather products start selling.

The bands will be available in black, red, white, and brown and each is expected to be priced at $150.

The Apple Watch went on sale last year and since then Apple has released new styles of bands. Just last month, Apple launched new nylon bands at the unveiling of the iPhone SE and iPad Pro.

According to Tech Times, the straps for the watch will be part of Coach’s Spring and Summer 2016 collection and will go with the newest design of Coach handbags.

Along with the new fashion developments, Apple is planning on releasing few products in the near future as well.

The Apple Watch 2 is expected to be released shortly and some are projecting the release to be at this years WWDC, along with the new Coach bands.

The Parent Herald reports that a rumor of a March 21 release date for the Apple Watch 2 caused much frustration among Apple enthusiasts, and believes that a June release date could be unlikely.

Although a September release date could be in the works, Barry Lam, Quanta president and Apple Watch supplier hinted at an earlier release. “Quanta and Apple are currently developing the second-generation of the Apple Watch, expected late next year in the second quarter,” Lam said.

The WWDC will run from June 13 through June 17 in San Francisco, California. Apple released a statement saying that developers will learn about the future of its four main operating systems at the conference: iOS, OS X, tvOX and watchOS.

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