Apple is expected to release its next generation of smartwatch in June 2018, according to a report from MacRumors.

Apple has been heavily promoting the Watch as a successor to the iPhone 6, and we’ve seen several models launch since then, including the $299 iPhone 6 Plus and the $349 Apple Watch Series 2.

With the iPhone 8 and the upcoming iPhone X already hitting stores, the Watch is set to be the next major release for Apple, so it’s not surprising that we’d see it debut at WWDC.

But if you’re planning on purchasing a smartwatch for your home, it’s worth looking out for two reasons:First, the new Apple Watch is expected for a price around $150, and it’s the first smartwatch that can come in both black and white, rather than just a black variant.

The other reason is that Apple has released a new version of its iOS software called WatchOS, which makes it easier to install on your iPhone and watchOS 2 compatible smartwatch.

This new watchOS has a number of new features that can be used to make your Apple Watch a more useful device.

Apple WatchOS is available for download in the App Store for free, so you can download the watchOS version of the AppleWatch to your iPhone or iPad and then use the Watch to make calls, play music and read your news.

You can also use WatchOS 2 on a Mac to make it compatible with the Apple TV.

WatchOS 2 is compatible with both iPhone and iPad models, so if you use both of those, the Apple watchOS app can automatically detect and install the watch’s software onto the device.

The WatchOS app on iOS can also display notifications from the Apple app on your phone, so when you’re on your watch, you can make and receive calls, read emails, read your calendar and more.

Apple also launched WatchOS on its Mac platform with the launch of the iWatch, the company’s latest watchOS smartwatch, which is a $300 AppleWatch.

Apple’s latest smartwatch is expected in the US for a retail price of $350 and is expected by the end of 2018.

The new AppleWatch Series 2 is expected later this year.