Apple is scheduled to unveil its next-generation Apple Watch at a special event in Toronto on Oct 25, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday.
Apple has been testing the watch since late September, and the company’s product managers have been meeting with consumers in the US, Canada, the UK and Australia, the source said.
The watch is expected to be unveiled at the event, and is expected for launch in the second quarter of 2020, according to the source.
Apple Watch is expected in the summerThe source said Apple is “working on” the Apple Watch in the fall, but did not give further details.
Apple was the first company to release a fully-fledged wearable device with built-in wireless charging.
The iPhone 6 was the biggest selling smartwatch during that time, but the company had a difficult time attracting consumers.
Apple is in the midst of an intense marketing push for the watch, and it has been trying to convince consumers that it will deliver the most affordable, innovative and user-friendly smartwatch ever.