Apple is set to unveil the Apple Watch Series 2 this year, with a more robust design, a larger display, and the ability to track the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
According to a new patent filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office, the watch will also have a “triangle” tracking device that tracks your wrist’s orientation.
The device will be able to detect when you rotate your wrist and automatically set up a display that displays the same information on the other two devices.
The patent, titled “Bidirectional and Tridirectionally Positionable Motion Sensors” and “Method and System for Detecting the Orientation of a Hand Held Device,” is set for release in March.
The Watch Series will have the same design as its predecessor, the Apple Pro Series.
The Apple Watch 2 has a bigger screen, larger battery, and faster processors.
The company is also working on a new device called the Apple TV, which will have a bigger display, larger display size, and a higher-resolution screen.