The evidence for an imminent Apple Watch 2 release is mounting.
A major US retailer has discounted its entire range of Apple Watch models by $100.
The B&H sale, which began yesterday, is listed as continuing “while supplies last”, as spotted by Apple Insider.
That suggests this is a stock clearance, which tends to happen before next-generation product launches.
The retailer – an Apple authorised reseller – has also discounted its 12-inch MacBook line-up, which gels with rumours of an impending MacBook upgrade too.
The first-generation Apple Watch
Interestingly, this story mirrors a similar move made by Currys PC world in the UK just last week.
The British retailer discounted various Apple Watch models by between £50 and £120, just months after finally acquiring retail rights to the device.
Apple is widely rumoured to be planning a March 15 launch event, where the company looks set to unveil a number of new products.
Tipped to be chief amongst these are a new Apple Watch and a 4-inch iPhone 6C (or perhaps iPhone 5se).
Unfortunately, Apple hasn’t detailed any upcoming product launches for 2016 thus far, so we’re still in dark – officially, anyway.
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